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SKU 20S226
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Here's a splendid piece for both wargaming enthusiasts and railway model collectors, crafted true to the 1:72 scale. The defensive earthwork with adjacent empty boxes suits small-scale historical scenarios, offering an evocative setting right from the front lines. The frontage spans 90mm, with a depth of 54mm and a height of 17mm, providing ample space for placement of mortar or small artillery pieces. It has an internal diameter of 45mm.

I ensured that the historical context and details from typical fortifications were captured with precision, taking care to replicate the look of an actual military emplacement. It's designed for seamless integration into war scenes or railway layouts that require a touch of historical ambience.

This model is versatile enough for both wargaming tableaus and railway environments, adding depth and function to your miniature world.

The model is supplied unpainted, allowing you to customise it according to your specific taste or historical requirements. Dimensions: 90mm Frontage x 54mm Deep x 17mm High. Internal diameter of 45mm.

Keywords: resin miniature, 1:72 scale, mortar pit, model boxes, military diorama, wargaming, defence earthwork, railway modelling, historical war scene.

"To achieve this painted and finished look for the semi-circle mortar pit with boxes, I started with a base coat to ensure the subsequent layers of paint adhered well to the surface. I chose earthy tones to simulate dirt and ground textures, and applied dry brushing techniques to highlight the edges and textures of the earthwork and boxes. Strategic use of washes helped to create depth and realism, particularly in the recesses. The addition of flock and static grass gave it a lifelike representation of the ground cover, blending the piece seamlessly with a battle scene or tabletop landscape. Moss and small rocks were applied last for a final touch of realism." - Stuart
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