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1:76 COVERD BOXES WAGON LOAD x 3

1:76 COVERD BOXES WAGON LOAD x 3

SKU 20S46
Regular price $6.00 USD
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These 1:76 scale covered box wagon loads are a testament to the dedication I bring to designing railway accessories that play a pivotal role in defining the era and setting of a railway model scene. The subtle variations in the hues and shading of each load capture the wear and versatility you'd expect in a busy rail-yard, while the attention to the tautness of the tarpaulins contributes to the authenticity of a load ready for transit. The craftsmanship in the texture work ensures that when these are placed alongside rolling stock, they complement the narrative of the bustling industrial age. Dimensions of each piece are 62mm in length, 28mm in width, and 18mm in height, making them a suitable addition to any railway enthusiast's collection or layout. They're supplied unpainted, inviting you to bring your personal touch to each item.

4mm/1:76 for OO or 20mm. 3 assorted covered loads of boxes. Dimensions: Length 62mm, Width 28mm, Height 18mm.

Keywords: 1:76 scale, covered boxes, wagon load, railway modeling, railway accessories, resin miniatures, OO gauge, model train scenery, layout detail, unpainted miniatures, miniature detailing


"To achieve the finished look of these covered boxes wagon loads, I started by applying a base coat in colours that resemble various materials– a brown that hints at exposed wood or tarp, a darker shade to suggest a weathered canvas, and a lighter green for a fresher cloth appearance. Once the base coat was dry, I worked in layers, adding subtle highlights and shadows to create depth and texture. I focused on making the creases and folds look as natural as possible, resembling fabric or canvas that's been stretched and pulled over a load. A final dry brush helped to accentuate the details, and then I sealed everything with a matte varnish to protect the paint job." - Stuart
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