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Great start man, If I was you I'd use the foam on the corners of the inside and outside of the building to give the appearence of sand or rubble building up in the corners.
i like where this is going
Agreed. I am eagerly watching the growth of this one.
What i do like most, is you weren't afraid to break up the footprint. You put that small corner piece in the inside of the building, making the building realistic. Interior walls might stand up to bombing, even if the outside was las/plased to hell. I like it.
With that thin styrofoam you were using as a base in your first few pictures...i'm suprised you're not using THAT for your walls. Thick walls= realistic buildings.
but this cardboard one is fast, simple and on the road to blowin the doors off, even without styrofoam.
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
Its all of the small details that makes it look good, the rebar coming out of the walls and things like that are really worth the effort!! Even window frames add that little bit extra. How about some free crates from here,link below.
Stones Edges - Free Samples
free crates... rep for you!