Having lived in the Middle east, and seeing how they construct buildings, reinforced concrete columns, with block infills to create walls etc. Have been having thoughts for another subject, and have always fancied on making a building, however, large plaster walls tend to break in the post etc... so have come up with an alternative, that I may trial. Sketch below. Fairly simple concept, comprising a ground floor, first floor and a roof section these will be notched for the concrete columns to be set into the floor section, and a very large bag of individual breeze style blocks for the modeler to either build his own walls, either full or partial walls, or even part destroyed. With the floors/roof, not sure if to do with the inside damaged, of could do as an arc, so the modeller can trim as need be, or create their own damaged wall
Thanks mate, been thinking of an easier way rather than the likes of the old Verlinden style buildings, which can only be made one way, this one would be very changeable. Height wise I recon approx around the 17cm, with the distance between the columns being about 10cm, would need to measure the breeze blocks to get an exact fit.
Following on from the blue styrofoam, managed to make the concrete floors/roof over the weekend. The columns at present are just temporary and will be remade soon. Still need to work out how many individual blocks will be required (the ones in the photo are left over from one of our rubble sets) Figue and oil drum street barricade are just o give an idea of size