Sally 4th have recently released a range MDF kits of British pillboxes.
The kit is constructed of slices with pillars for alignment. As some pillboxes were constructed with either a brick facing or brick formers, I thought this would be an interesting appearances.
The method of construction gave me an idea on how to represent the bricks.
I numbered each of the slices then divided them into piles of odd and even slices. Using a razor saw I then scored representations of the vertical mortar lines. The two piles are shown below, stacked on top of each other.
The door was painted with Citadel Deathworld Forest. Citadel Golgfag Brown was dry brushed over the brickwork. The corners were also edge highlighted, Citadel Terminatus Stone provided a top level highlight. This was applied both to the brickwork and the concrete.
Now, during World War 2 the pillboxes were camouflaged, but this one has not yet been painted.