I purchased a couple of differently sized pieces of wood and began sawing. After a couple of failures I found the most effective way to get a reasonable sized building was to cut two pieces of wood at an angle using a mitre tool and saw for the roof then stick them back to back.
|The cut wood|
|The two pieces of wood get stuck back to back to create the building shape|
|A base coat is used for roof and walls. Then windows and doors get painted.|
|The lines of the roof and walls are crudely drawn, but give a the impression of corrugated iron and brick texture, sufficient for the wargaming table and my tastes.|
|These are robust terrain pieces and can get stacked in storage.|