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1:43 scale 'O' Gauge heavy duty wooden boxes with machine parts x4

1:43 scale 'O' Gauge heavy duty wooden boxes with machine parts x4

SKU 43S02
Regular price $2.00 USD
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These heavy-duty wooden packing crates are scaled for 1:43 O gauge railways and are designed to add a layer of realism to your model layout. The contents, machine parts, are subtly visible through the partially open lids, suggesting activity and function. These pieces reflect the detailed handiwork with careful attention to the texturing and weathering techniques that bring the crates to life. The dimensions are finely tuned to fit the scale, providing a sense of the real-world counterpart's size and heft. Supplied unpainted, these resin miniatures allow you the freedom to customise the final appearance to suit your layout.

Dimensions in mm: 16 L x 10 W x 9 H, and 16 L x 8 W x 8 H.

1:43 scale for O gauge railways, 4 heavy duty wooden packing crates with metal strapping containing machine parts. 2 of each type. Dimensions in mm: 16 L x 10 W x 9 H and 16 L x 8 W x 8 H.

Keywords: scale model crates, railway modelling accessories, 1:43 O gauge, miniatures, resin, unpainted, scale realism, machine parts, wooden crate replica, model railway detailing.


"Starting with the base resin miniatures, I applied a coat of primer to ensure the subsequent layers of paint would adhere smoothly. For the wooden texture, I used a light brown as a base, followed by dry-brushing a darker shade to bring out the wood grain details. The metal strapping was painted in a gunmetal grey and lightly dry-brushed with silver to give it a worn look, indicative of handling and transport. Washes were applied in recessed areas to create depth and shadow, enhancing the realism of the crates. It's all about layering your paints and taking your time to pick out the little details that make these scale models look as though they've been plucked straight from a busy, working railway." - Stuart
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