Every zombie apocalypse worth it's salt, needs a diner.
After discovering the "affordable postage" charged by Sarissa Precision and their lovely models I put in an order. I really like their retro American stuff and in particular the diner. So I added it to my cart. Then deleted it. Then added it. Then deleted it again...
I kept seeing a big sheet of card leaning up against the corner and it kept whispering to me; "You can make a diner yourself... You, can make one out of that card... You can make one... You can make one..."
So I didn't order the diner (I ordered a bunch of other stuff instead!).
I took a trip to a craft shop and bought a few blank mdf table place-mats. I printed out a black & white tile design I made a few years ago and stuck it to a piece of card (7.5" x 10.5"). Then I glued the card onto the place-mat.
That's the floor. I then started to put the building together around the floor tile.
The windows are made from a big piece of clear acrylic packaging which I sandwiched between two layers of wall.
Blue...? Green...? Orange (maybe)... Brown...? I'm just not sure yet.
I just realized that I haven't done the front door.