I thought that I'd share some progress on the brickwork. Obviously still a work in progress, but you get the point...
A simple jig was made out of some scrap shelving bits and a piece of hardboard that was laying around. I cut all the foam into the approximate width that I wanted and then built the forms around the pre-cut piece. Once this was secured down, I determined the approximate width that I wanted and put a piece of the shelving stock down to act as a depth guide.
After the jig was built, its a simple matter of sliding the foam towards the depth guide and using a VERY SHARP knife, slicing the little buggers one at a time until I have a pile of them to start gluing. The rest is history. When gluing the bricks, it is best to work from the center out, creating a guide line to work on both sides of. This will keep your bricks looking straighter than if you start from the top down or vice-versa.
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