The ship, made solely out of wood. Currently mast-less and rather sparse in terms of furnishings. I added a gear assembly for a steering wheel.
A somewhat messy composite image of the underground palace I'm working on. It's going to be nearly entirely in iron when complete (exceptions being other metals and glass) as well as being 5 to 6z high. The green glass thing there is going to be a hot tub (it's over a magma basin), with nobles operating the levers to turn the gear assemblies/jets. The five-pointed gold star is the symbole of my civilization.
Mountaingate, the creatively-named mountain gate that is the very beginning of the fort's long and winding entrance, now has an ice arch / bridge to house the military and a pool within it.
I fixed up the mayoral manor a bit, so it looks more like an actual manor. Seems a bit of a waste with all the colours looking the same here, though.
In my quote above, remember where I posted "a nice slope leading up to the plateau where the jail will eventually be"? Well, here's our jail. Four floors, each 2z high, and a roof with a tower. Has offices for all the fortress guard and 12 nice jails.
...But the jail also has a sinister side: Underneath lies the Hammerer's dungeon, with caged prisoners trapped on rocky posts all around him as he quietly works in the darkness.
Engineering has added three more offices, though the chief engineer's aquarium office is still the most impressive.
The top of the drop tower (and accompanying access tower). It stands high above the mountains, centered around a 91z drop into the grotto. Goblins await within the tower for their turn, windows showing the landscape far below. Eventually they will fall and land smack-dab in the center of the shrine to Armok, turning the pool of water to blood.
The trade depot got an upgrade, too-- I call it the cage. Appropriate since all the humans and elves who've arrived have been sealed away and captured. It's all copper, and the depot's black bronze.
Finally, a bit of the stalactite housing I tried to show before. Turning off black space helped.