A Faller-inspired Kit-bash (Part 5)
Fortunately, these interior details don't have to be too detailed as most people will never spend more than a few seconds peaking inside, so they will not really be able to infer a lot of activity anyway!
As you can see in the top photo (and in my last post on this project), I've attached the two front sections (one at a slightly, outward-leaning angle, the other straight up and down) and needed to attach my Faller 2293 'blue fascia' sections to the straight section. This actually required a bit of 'carpentry' skill (something i don't think I really possess) and I had to cut out small areas of the top of the fascia so that they would fit against their adjacent sections. Like this:
As I will be adding lighting, some interior detail or decoration is required. Most of the visible effect will be somewhat fake foam-core walls with some generic office background images I created on my computer. These are cut to just a tad less than 3/4" (roughly the height of my floors).