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1:72 WOODEN BARRACKS

1:72 WOODEN BARRACKS

SKU 20S127
Regular price $21.00 USD
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The model captures the essence of a general-purpose wooden barracks common from the early 20th century. It's built to a 1:72 scale, respecting the proportions and architectural details one would expect from a historical structure of this kind. The corrugated roof, the sturdy walls, and the windows suggest its use in various settings, from military encampments to prisoner-of-war camps or even as an industrial building within a railway setting.

While it can seamlessly integrate into a wargames scene, it's also perfectly suited for OO railway enthusiasts who seek to enrich their landscapes with authentic period buildings. You'll notice the robustness of the casting, with a hollow interior allowing for potential customisation or lighting for added depth in your setup.

Dimensions of this model are Length 220mm, Width 73mm, Height 55mm. Be aware that the model is supplied unpainted, ready for you to bring to life with your own choice of colour and finishes.

1:72 for OO or 20mm Typical building from WW1 to present day. Use for a military camp, POW camp or as an industrial building. 1 piece hollow casting. Dimensions: Length 220mm Width 73mm Height 55mm

Keywords: 1:72 scale


"To achieve this finish on the wooden barracks model, I started with a good quality primer to ensure that the base resin surface would hold the paint well. After the primer dried, I applied a base coat of olive drab, capturing the typical color of military structures. The roof was then dry brushed with a lighter shade of grey to emphasize the texture and mimic weathering. Window and door frames were carefully painted in a contrasting color to make them stand out. To add realism, a wash was then applied to bring out the details and give a depth to the textures. Finally, I applied some subtle weathering techniques with light dry brushing and a bit of pigment powder to simulate dirt and usage, particularly around the door areas." - Stuart
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