For Warhammer 40K for example, you can take any card structure and add rivits. I cut weedeater string to make them. Then
on places I want rivits, I use a stick pin to get the small piece of weedeater string and dip it in a bit of glue then place
it on the card. It is best if you measure out the spaces before you start and make light marks with a pencil.
tip: weedeater string makes good rivits. Slice em thin.
You can add depth to a model with small bits of detail. I have made all sorts of things to add to models. You can sculpt
some yourself, or buy them from me. The point is the small details help bring a model to life. A house is fine with painted
windows, but it looks cool with windows cut in it. Even cooler with furniture inside. This will not win a battle, but it helps
pull you into the game or scene you are building or playing. I make the original, then I use RTV silicone to make a mold of
it. Then I de-mold the part and use a two part urathane to cast the copies. It is not cost effective to do this for just yourself.
So I opened Modelers Attic to offer it to everyone. No purchase is necessary to get my help or a tip. Just send me a e-mail
and when I can I will answer.
So that is all there is to it. The rest is up to your imagination, and talent.