Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Roman housing for "plebeians"

Before the town gets filled with big communal buildings and  becomes "unbalanced" a few more living quarter type houses need adding. No point in having lots of  big Flash looking civic buildings and nowhere for the plebeians, to live
A merchants house ?
A couple of old previously built houses upgraded with new roofs and some steps added.

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  1. Wonderful work there Paul. You have a unique style. Do you have a tutorial available? Danke

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    1. Thanks. I´ve nearly completed a tutorial..It´s a very simple method, the most difficult Thing is getting enough bisuit paper for the tiles.

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  2. Your urban planning is better than a lot of actual cities...

    Nice work on the buildings, am I correct in guessing the tile roofs are made from corrugated paper strips? Clever.

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    1. Thanks Allison. The roofs are made with corrugated paper..from biscuit packets :-D

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  3. Awesome work again! Looking forward to your How2.

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  4. Outstanding, even the simplest dwellings or just gorgeous.

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  5. very good Paul, why don't yuo think about to make a diorama?

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    1. Thanks Michele. When There´s enough, I will make some roads and it will be for gaming. I was going to make a Diorama but If they are fixed in a Diorama then I couldn´t move the houses to create different games.

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  6. I definitely would be interested in a tutorial when you finish it.

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  7. Top notch work Paul. Can't wait to see the tutorial.

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  8. Can't wait to see the whole town! These are a very nice addition to it!
    Don't stop eating cookies Paul! :-D

    Greetings
    Peter

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  9. Ohh those stone steps are great!!

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