Paperware - castle
he first steps of building a castle gate are identical to the first steps of building a wall section, and then the difference shows.
The inner wall (Part G5)
The only flaps glued in this step are the two small ones at each end of folding line 11.
The parapet (Part W4)
The outer wall (Part G1)
The two flaps are glued to their white counterparts (lines 3 and 4) and when completed you will have a very thin box, which is open at the bottom and has two big holes.
On part G1 (but not on the picture above) are two black lines to the left and right of the area labelled 8. They are neither folding nor cutting lines, but are guidelines where the assembly of inner wall and parapet are glued on, which is the very next thing to do.
Ascending Tunnel (Part G7)
Inner floor (Parts G2 and G3)
The gate house (Part G4)
it is time to glue the two small flaps on the left and right of folding line 13 to the brick wall section with the numbers 8 and 9 in.
Next the Flaps at line 14 and 15 are glued to the parapet. When you do this the floor will press the inner part of the wall (above the numbers 8 and 9 in the schematics) in place. Also the parts that have the numbers 8 and 9 will move towards the part with the number 12. Make sure that parts "8" and "9" are below part "12" similar to the way it is done when building a tower.
And after that, glue it centred in front of the outer wall (Part G1).
The other tunnel (Part G6)
The drawbridge base (Part S1)
When folded you will get an idea how the pieces will fit. Glue flaps 11/12 to the underside of the bricks labelled 222/14. If done correctly, the parts along folds 23/24/3/4/5 will "fall" in place. Now glue flaps 15/19 and 16/20, so they form the sides of the assembly and last glue the "back" to all "open" flaps.
The completed assembly is glued centred to the gate house.
Hopefully it will look like the picture below
The drawbridge (Parts B1a, B1b and B2)
Any number of B2s can be glued between B1x and its backfolded flaps to five the bridge some thickness.
And that's that.