To make the drug store, I used a much larger pill bottle, as I recall, 2-5/8" outside diameter. I first drew a cylinder in SketchUp, then just started adding pieces.
Here are the basic parts I ended up with. A recessed front door, large picture windows on the ground floor, and sliding windows for an apartment above, stairs to get to the apartment, and a sign board for the front of the store.
I laid out the pieces separately and oriented them for printing.
I printed the parts several times, making adjustments to get things to print correctly. Sometimes I am able to draw everything correctly, and size it so it prints right the first time, but sometimes not.
I think I adjusted the size and reprinted everything but the stairs on this project. Because the pill bottle is so tall, at least relative to HO scale, I felt I needed a second floor, which is why I added an apartment. The lid for this particular pill bottle, had a flip lid, and at the last minute, I decided to add a glass block skylight.
I drew half of it, copied, reversed it, and married the two parts together.
The I oriented in a way I thought it would print the best, and I added some support because of all the angles, I felt the support I designed would be better than that generated by the Afinia software.
And since I needed a name to put on my drug store, what bigger name is their in the drug business than Heisenberg?
Afters some trimming and filing, I installed the painted pieces in the pill bottle using thick CA.
I also printed a sidewalk to go around the building that will provide 12 parking stalls. I also printed a window to install on the back door to the drug store.