Scene with Wooden Freight Train Dharma of Local Private Railway : MATSUI KOKI Finished product HO(1:80)
Scene dimensions: approx. W130mm, D90mm, H50mm
Car body length: approx. 95mm
Note: The car body is fully scratch-built from paper and wood and can be separated from the scenery. It can be easily removed and "transferred" 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
Matsui Koki, who has been the talk of the town for the past few years with his completely self-made paper car bodies made into Dharma figures, has taken on the challenge of using real wood.
The result is a car that has been abandoned, but with a classy finish, thanks to the skill of the craftsman and the well-calculated placement of rubbish and stain paint.
The Dharma part is free-lance, without any prototypes of specific aircraft (the real thing on which the model is based).
The simple design doesn't make it look bad, but it naturally attracts the eye.
And this one is easily removable!
When you want to integrate it into your layout, simply remove the Dharma and pop it in place.
When you want to integrate it into your layout, just remove the Dharma and pop it in place.
If you cut out the layout for the base board, you can also transplant this scene as a whole.
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