Welcome back hippo fans to the thrilling conclusion of the Robida House! With the pylon complete, it's now time to work on the house. Of course, I really built these simultaneously, but it would've gotten pretty confusing if I'd put it all up in one post. If you have not already read part one, you should go and do that now. This will not make much sense without it.
For this part of the project, you will need a MDF placemat, available from places like Bunnings.
Anyway, here's Grot to explain the more house-ridden half of the Robida House.
Note: The blue rings are sawed from the end of plastic hair curlers, like the pink rings around the airlock doors in ishoo forty-for.
Don't forget to tune in next ishoo for the airship docking mast!