Hokuriku Railway Style Scene with Dharma : Matsui Koki Finished product HO(1:80)
Scene dimensions: approx. W180mm, D90mm, H85mm
Body length: approx. 150mm
Note: The paper-full scratch (self-made) car body can be separated from the scenery. Easily detachable for easy "transfer" to your layout.
The scenery base has some stepped sleepers which can be placed over the car body to display it as a work of art. Please note that if the entire piece is tilted, the car body may roll off.
As this is a car, the undercarriage is not included.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
This is a scene work of a full scratch paper car body made into a Dharma.
A car body damaged by the rain.... The work is like an illustration of a melancholy space, a moment captured. This is a difficult theme, because if it were just dirty or messy, it would really look like rubbish, but in fact, the calculated arrangement and paintwork make it a scene of elegance.
This is the first time I've had a chance to look at a model of a freelance train without a prototype.
And it's easily removable!
If you want to incorporate it into your own layout, simply remove the Dharma and pop it in place to complete the move. If you cut out the base board, you can transplant the whole scene.
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