Today my first build came in the mail, the classic Dover model of the Krak des Chevaliers in Syria. I was really excited until I opened the book and (gulp) that's a lot of cutting to do (but I wanted a challenge, so suck it up ) Glancing at the model, it appears that some of the wall detail (no idea what it's called, but probably some kind of defensive feature) are flat. It's a silly thing, but I know me -- it's the kind of detail that would bug me. Any suggestions on how to give it some dimension? I do have access to a black and white laser/photocopier. Would it make sense to scan and make copies of these parts and then paste on top, using color pencils for color? Or should I cut out the original piece and then using card stock to build it up and then clue it back on? Or is it not worth it?