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But, he says, the other observers here are correct; they need care and attention. I would start out small and simple -- one of the diorama kits 3600-series like "Russian Street with Advertizing Column." As you assemble, remember the Whitman's candy sampler box and how the lower half had a lip or flange that ran all the way around the box to hold the top in place. Do the same thing with every straight edge, like the bottom of the walls or the window openings. The pieces you use should not be the exact length of the side of the opening. Think a minute and you will figure it out. You might want a piece of Gatorboard or foam core to insert in the base for rigidity.
And another thing, before you buy anything Mini-art from any American shop, do yourself a favor and go to www.hobbyterra.com. Look at his Mini-art prices. I have been buying from Hobbyterra for years and they have only dropped a stitch three times and were very quick to fix it. Compare their prices to whatever American shops you frequent. When I saw the Mini-art prices in the Squadron flyer I thought my heat was going to stop.
I do not own stock in Hobbyterra, nor am I related to the management. The owner is a good bloke. Round up one or two of your modeling friends and put together an order for $150 and get the free postage. I live on the American East Coast, and HT usually turns an order around in less than two weeks.