The bridges are functional, well made MDF kits that assemble relatively easily with a little patience. They span approximately 4" of space which is just right for the canal sections I wanted to make. I've based them to protect the ends and blend them into the surrounding terrain.
Testing things out...
The canal sections are 4" wide and 12" long giving me a neat span of 5 or 6 depending on how I configure my games tables. They consist of a base of 3mm MDF with another 3mm layer of scroll-saw cut MDF on top. The water is a greenish-black, darkening to the deeper middle which unfortunately doesn't show in the pics due to the gloss varnish.
The dimensions for this lot are a bit odd but all up things would easily will between one and two 6" cubes, so let's say one cube for 20pts and get back to something interesting :-)
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Ahh, some more great terrain for your Peking project, wonderful stuff Millsy. Those bridges are look quintessentially oriental - perfect for your growing setup. Just curious, how wide is the path over the bridge? Looks to be around 3-4 inches. Good for a decent sized maneuver element I'd expect.
Since the canal sections are a fine bit of scratchbuilding in of themselves, and you're over one cube anyway, I'm going to award you another 10 points for your efforts.
Very nicely done, Millsy!