Given the limited choice in 10 mm WW2 buildings and the poor coherence between different suppliers' models I decided to try and cast my own. This means build the original. make a cast, and cast different units. Of course, I want some variety. I decided to go ahead and attempt a row house front first.
Nevertheless I cast a row house front in my new mould, and the result was not too bad. For row houses, you just need fronts and rears, the rest can be architect board. If you zoom in you'll see the zones where I had to perform repairs, some missing detail, and some bubbles (I forgot to take care of these) but it is also clear that if you have a good original, the mould can be amazing. I'm gonna paint this one anyhow just to see how it looks.