Some work in progress pictures of a small work shop, made from the ever useful toilet roll centre, the roof is covered with masking tape. A tip picked up from the great Lead Adventure Forum. Works very well in creating a typical 1930's tare paper style roof. The front face of the building is made from colour flute paper from GF smith to give the effect of corrugated iron. The building is based on a 3 inch square base, with PVA glue and sand on. The top picture shows the front with the door in place and the corrugated iron distressed with holes and chunks cut out to represent wear and tear.