: HO-Modular-Walls
This section is a currently a placeholder while these are in final development.


There are four types of wall section, all pictured below.

Those designed to represent ground level walls, dock level, and those that work for both are all based on a 4" x 6" piece. The angled ones for peaked roofs have a 6" wide bottom and then the upper part ends up either as a direct angle from corner to corner, or to a peak that meets at near 4" in height.

They are designed and include Tichy doors and windows intended to represent
buildings currently in use and use prototype sizing spacing and practices.
The walls abut each other with no margin on either side and
may require a bit of sanding to get the fit where you want it.

I suggest that you plan to put downspouts, conduit, soil pipes, or other details to disguise the joints.

They allow room for adding aftermarket details to personalize each one and can be assembled as a FLAT, a SHALLOW (3d Background structure),
or use all sides and add your own roofing for a freestanding structure.

They are designed to be assembled using just the basics:
a hobby knife, file or sandpaper, CA, and your choice of paint.