Most of us have a particular modelling 'Forte', but I'm the first to admit that the 'Artistic' side is not mine! As a result, as I've begun the assembly of the L-cut SR signal box, I'm in need of advice on how to go about it with regard to painting, specifically the brickwork. Obviously I don't want to flood the 'mortar courses' with brick coloured paint and I will be using a grey primer on the whole of the walls which would represent said mortar and form a base coat for it, but how do I go about painting the brickwork itself without the tedious process of painting each brick individually since doing that may result in my losing the will to live! I'd though of using a pad of cloth dipped then wiped of excess paint and using this to 'dab' on the brick coloured paint, is this feasible? Glazing the windows is not mentioned in the instructions but for the window frames, which are formed from 2 parts, an inside and an outside, I have already white primer sprayed these 'on the fret' and my intention is to sandwich a clear plastic between the inner and outers, gluing together using canopy glue, then finally gluing into the walls after they have been finished.......is this a sensible idea? As I have a few models to do, I want to get this right but as I've not built laser cut stuff before, all advice would be appreciated. Keith.