A simple base to make, really. With techniques I use often.
1- First, some Magic Sculpt to make a thin “sheet” about 2mm thick.
2- Let dry 2 hours (just to make sure).
3- Score the sheet with an X-acto then break it in stripes, and then break each stripe in squares (don’t trow the leftover pieces to the trash: they can be used as rubble or broken tiles on other bases!).
4- With the X-acto, dull the sharp angles of the little squares and create some cracks and dents.
5- Use white glue to secure the pieces to a mini base.
6- NEW! I used a small metal bit I bought from an art store (these are sold to decorate scrapbooks). They are perfect to simulate intricate details in small-scale architecture, like here.
7- Once the glue is dry, I used modified thin-set mortar (view my other post on this technique).
8- Take a photo (and with another base, as a bonus!) and post it. Tadaaa! 🙂