Today, I managed to complete most of the construction of the blockhouse. The basic structure is made of extruded polystyrene insulation foam cut with a band-saw or hobby knife, glued with artist's acrylic matte medium, and based on .06" thick styrene sheet. The foam pieces are held together with straight pins, until the matte medium is dry. The following photos show the construction process:
The block house drawn onto the base, measuring approx. 13"x10".
Foam stock cut on the band-saw. The pink, blue , and grey-green foam
come from different manufacturers, but behaves the same for
With a GW Cadian in the doorway for size reference.
I need to add a couple of foam walls to the interior of the first floor, pull the pins and then start to paint.