I really like these card buildings, the most well-known being those by Metcalfe, but this one is by
the rather optimistically named 'Superquick'. I suppose it is if one thinks in geological time, but not otherwise. Still, I cracked on with it last night, and managed this much of one of the houses:
This was the first time that I had used the glue on the left - 'Roket card glue'. It is a rather runny concoction but it certainly works, making a strong bond in a minute or two. Recommended. On the house itself, it rather looks like a 19th Century/early 20th Century 'Arts and Crafts' version of an 'Elizabethan Cottage', rather than the real thing. Warwick has plenty of the real thing, all marvellously arthritic, gravity defying, and comforting for a middle-aged Englishmen - assuring him that the English have been around for a while and their culture is still to be seen and recognised by those who have eyes to see.