OK, so there is a relatively new outfit in the UK that makes scale laser-cut wood terrain/buildings. They are 4Ground (link here). I got interested in their 28mm wild west buildings (made for the game, Dead Man's Hand) late last year, and ordered up a set from Architects of War (link here).
The building kits are very reasonably priced, and come in these plastic bags.
As you can see, all the pieces are pre-painted, and the kits come with very clear assembly instructions.
The laser-cut pieces pop easily out of their frames, and the entire kit goes together with a little white glue.
I started off with a couple of the relatively simple one-storey "side street buildings." Here, the interior is finished. The roofs come off, so the interiors are easily playable spaces.
This is side street building #2, with sub-basement, roof and boardwalks constructed.
And here, the whole thing is put together. I built this while watching a movie...so about 90 minutes not paying very close attention to the construction process.
Here are side street buildings #1 and #2 together. Quite lovely and easy to assemble. I'm going to move onto the more complex multi-storey buildings next. Great wild west flavor!
'Til next time!