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The walls are made of a material which translated from Danish would mean "mossrubber" (It's used in scrapbooking). It's 6mm wide (approx quarter an inch) and is soft to cut with a hobby knife. Really nice to work with. The base is made up from masonite.
Simple draw a sketch of the ruin on paper and then transfer it to the "Mossrubber". Glue the pieces to the base. I used the superglue, but a standard glue will bind nicely though, as I later discovered. The use of superglue will be to expensive. I then used a mix of glue, fine sand and plaster (Or so I think it is called. The stuff they come your arm when it is broken) to cover the walls (This mixture hardens pretty fast so be quick). Add second or third layers around the build to make it look really ruined. The steel wires are made of normal electrical wire. Then just paint it as you see fit and make the base fit your tabletop. The wires I painted in chain mail and drybrushed it in bestial brown which gave it a rusty look. This ruin took most of the day because of the wall texturing.