Article Number 6011996

Charcoal Burner House

1x Model-House
This model is made of hard foam. It is:

lightweight, yet extremely stable
easy to paint
to grind at the edges and hone
sawn and painted cuttable

Packaging: Unpainted and without embellishment details
This product is suitable for scale
  • 1:22,5
  • 1:35
  • 1:43 (0)
  • 1:45
  • 1:50
  • 1:72
  • 1:76
  • 1:87 (H0)
  • 1:100
  • 1:120 (TT)
  • 1:144
  • 1:160
  • 1:200
  • 1:220 (Z)
  • 15 mm
  • 1:225
  • 28-32 mm
Note: Model building item
€19.99 Incl. 19% VAT, Excl. shipping
  •  Current delivery time approx. 4 - 7 working days
  •  No minimum order value

The Charcoal Burner house is round and has a diameter of 100 mm. The walls are built of massive stone. The roof was covered with thatch and has a chimney. The entrance door is incorporated from heavy oak with fine wood grain and nails in the model. In a wood dormer with round windows was incorporated in the thatched roof. Next to the door, the house has two windows ending in a pointed arch (gothic). The Charcoal Burner house or cottage (depending on taste) looks really cool and has many of its nice-made details and a harmonious whole. Clearly, the tabletop model house can be used also for other purpose. So for example, Pirates or any other historical tabletop. It looks especially good as a village house or mountain village house.

  • Additional Information

    EAN 4007246119967
    Weight 1 g
    Width 100,00 mm
    Length 100,00 mm
    Height 100,00 mm
  • How-to tip

    To paint the house is easy! Using the technique of dry brushing succeeds quickly and brilliantly. First, we recommend you to prime the house in an aqueous dark gray. The sharp color liquid color runs into every crevice, which additionally supports the 3D effect lightens and dry brush. Important! The applied color must always be completely dry before the next painting operation. Unless you work wet in wet and the colors smudge! Then you carry on more gray color layers. At each step, you'll get brighter. The brighter your color is, the less color wearing your brush, the drier your brush. By painting the wooden parts of the house - you handle it in the sam eway. But just in shades of brown. The window bars and all other metal parts such as door handle and nails, paint in silver. For the thatched roof you use covered beiges or grays, when the roof is already aged. With Flock, moss and the laser-cut miniature plants can set additional highlights such as Climbing Roses or Wild Wine.

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