I was in Dollarama, a Canadian dollar store chain, and saw these hanging on a wall.
I built one, it took less than 5 minutes, it looks compatible with my 1/72nd scale as is, and should work with 28mm as a small building. My main concern though is with 1/72nd scale so that how I intend to accessorize them.
|They look pretty good for 28mm too.|
My first decision was to build it as a ordinary rectangular house, as opposed to the cruciform version, not many early 20th century houses look like that especially European houses.
The first thing I did was glue the walls together and add a floor, I used an old 3 ring binder cover but foamboard would work as well, then after the glue set, cut the corners flush.
|it's built correctly, the wall is upside down as the door shows|
|Floor added to give much need Strength.|
|This took almost an hour to do|
|All I did to this one was to cover the construction tabs with white glue and paper towels, added shingles and a chimney.|