This method can be applied to most scenery.
**Update......I've added a couple of pictures with miniatures to give an indication of how the scene could look on your gaming table**
I made the next tower (with the roof) and actually took photos this time.
Using Amazon packaging I marked the length and height of the tower along with a flap for gluing.
Using a straight edge and a craft knife, cut out the walls of the tower.
As this is a thick card, I lightly scored along the bends to allow for neater/easier folding.
- Be careful not to cut all the way through or you'll have to find a way for joining the cuts!
I used springy clothes pegs as clamps as they are long enough to get down the inside on the tube and hold it until the glue sets.
When set, glue the tube onto a base that has been cut from the same card.
Make the base approx half an inch larger (all round) to allow for stability and decoration.
- I found putting a glass on top was enough weight to hold the 2 parts together until the glue sets
Then I measured 1" from each corner, marked the diagonal and cut to make the the square an octagon.
Cut along one of the pre-marked lines to the center of the paper then overlap to make a cone.
Glue the overlap.