I'm thinking of making a tarp tent that essentially looks like an old fashioned canvas wall tent.
The tarp will be pitched A-frame as high as my trekking poles go and the walls will attach to the tarp about 12-16" from the edge of the tarp so that the roof overhangs the walls like the eaves on a house.
The top 8-12" of the wall will be mesh, but the bottom 12-16" of the walls will be made out of silnylon (to cut down on wind). The ends of the tent will be a large beak style affair attached lower than the peak to form a high vent (approx 12" back from the edge of the tarp, so that the overhang protects the vent during rain).
Question: If I make the bottom 12-16" of the walls from silnylon should I expect condensation to form on them, or will being "under" the overhang from the roof likely prevent condensation on the walls ? (The edge of the roof will overhang the walls 12" inches horizontally, but still be 16" off the ground vertically).
I'm hiking in an area with high humidity, that often doesn't get any wind and will often use the tent in the spring and fall when the night time temperatures are 35-42 degrees (well below the dewpoint).