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I did try to experiment using rail bricks and snot techniques, but this won't leave enough room for the windows (at least, I can't see how I'll make them fit and/or create a good transition from the corners).
I guess I just have to live without any green on those corners :/
This might be helpful. Cale Leiphert built some beautiful buildings that featured lap siding. The main parts used was part 2865 (1x2x1 Panel) and 30413 (1x4x1 panel). Some where in the web, were descriptions of this technique which is VERY parts intensive.