A great way to fill in those odd empty spaces on a urban Japanese layout is to add a construction scene. In Tokyo there always seems to be construction going on. Because Tokyo is already fully developed in most cases something old has to be torn down before a new building can be put up and that is what I'm showing in this scene. One building is torn down with debris being hauled away and a neighboring building still standing will be next to be torn down.
row of Green Max houses so this type of scene seemed like a good solution.
Diluted white glue was spread within the walls and Woodland Scenics talus material was sprinkled into the glue.
These larger chunks were built into a pile on the site held together with diluted white glue. This pile was painted in several colors representing concrete, wood, metal, etc. then everything on the site was given a coat of Testors black detail wash.
TomyTec sake shop kit and heavily weathered. It also hides one of the screws holding the scene to the module. The large blue back hoe hides the other screw.