Some rapid progress on the second Oberon Wood house.
It'd cut out another set of the main walls blanks when I made the first house so they only required the window apertures to be cut and as I explained in my previous post, because of the way this house is positioned there are less of them to do.
Most of the eastern half of the house is now assembled as well, as you can see.
The obvious space below the overhang will be filled in with a fake stone clad wall which I will scribe by hand into styrene.
Here, then , are the two of them together for comparison.
Time to scratch some stonework next, I think.