Problem that I see is that you need a ton of pringle cans! If you build it poorly heavy models (such as tanks and squads with lots of metal) will fall through the bridge and make it collapse. I think the best way is to make each section have two pringle cans.
It's hard to describe what I have in mind. Basically, it's like...remember those old Lego train tracks? Like that. I imagine that I would put the system underneath. Also, I got me some spackling spray, hurrah! Field tests will start this afternoon.
Bumpity bump. Painting has commenced on the pillars holding up the bridge. One question, though: What do you suppose is common graffiti for it to be painted on there? I imagine my modular high road is an overpass under which a lot of troops pass. As a result, it'd be quite reasonable for them to mark their passing. One of the pillars already has "Emperor Protects" painted on it. But what else can I do? I suppose the name and number of regiments, and as an easter egg maybe famous regiments like "Valhallan 597th" or something, but that's kind of limited. There has to be something else I can add? Suggestions?
Jeff woz ere. Or other name variant. What about recruitment posters. Or even ork markings? What about regimental banter? In my experience one squadron writes about themselves only to be put done by another. Hope that helps.
Have a look at these, I printed them off on A4 paper (lots and lots) and have used them on bases and ruins and things. Just stick them on with PVA after youve finished them, tear them a bit and add a layer of wash and they'll fit right in!