If ever I get this project moving (which I hope to this year) I imagine doing quite a bit of FIBUA (fighting in built up areas.) Now I believe called OBUA (operations in built up areas.) My first idea for a scenario is a 'bumped' patrol at a pub. Hence this post.
I was surfing through 'YOU TUBE' the other day and I came across this:
It's a video by a character called 'DMScotty' (http://dmscraft.proboards.com/) OK I know it's D&D but the terrain techniques can be adapted.
This got me to thinking and I thought that interior action has always been difficult as the usual, papercraft, building interiors tend to be too cramped for figures once they are based. So came this project, Build a cardboard interior tile for your buildings and move the action there when appropriate.
The plan: The experiment was set on my backwoods cabin. I increased the dimensions by 1/3rd for the tile and away I went. (I had a write error on my camera and didn't realise 'til now so the photo tutorial is a bit bare.)
|Tools Required, minus hot glue gun and cardboard.|
2. Cut out pattern.
|These will be the walls.|
|The beauty of cardboard cutting with scissors|
|The external and internal views.|
6. Whilst it was drying I knocked up some doors, a bed and a stove.
7. Check it out, prior to painting.
Thanks for popping by and stay dry out there.