Resicast have just released an unusual item in the form of damaged ammo boxes, biscuit tins and flimsies. A useful item for the diorama builder and armoured modeller alike, these will add an extra bit of realism to any build.
The items come packed in the standard Resicast 2 zip bags with a picture of the product details on the front. Cast in a light grey resin, they are all damaged to a greater or lesser extent, but the detail is crisp and clear.
Included in the set are the following:
•12 damaged ammo boxes
•14 damaged biscuit tins
•4 damaged flimsies
You get 4 different styles of damaged ammo boxes, 2 different sizes of damaged biscuit tins, plus 2 broken open and partially flattened biscuit tins, with 4 x 2 gal damaged flimsies.
All the damaged items are damaged in slightly different ways. As far as I can tell no two pieces are damaged in the same way, so that’s 30 unique items to add variety and a little fun to your build or diorama.
The damage looks pretty convincing to me, these are useful and fun items and will add a very neat touch to any project you are doing.
A flattened biscuit tin under the wheel of a truck, dented ammo boxes on a tracked vehicle, or abandoned stores..... just use your imagination. It’s a nice touch that no two items I looked at are damaged in the same way.
Highs: A fun and useful item for both diorama and armoured builders alike, adding something unusual and different to your build or vehicle. 30 separate damaged items for you to enjoy and add that extra touch of realism to your build.Lows: No refunds will be given on damaged items.....lol! The exchange rate makes these a bit expensive at the moment.Verdict: Recommended.
About Alan McNeilly (AlanL) FROM: ENGLAND - EAST ANGLIA, UNITED KINGDOM
Greying slightly, but young at heart. I've been teaching adults off and on for most of my life. Left the services in 85 and first started modelling in about 87 for a few years. Then I had a long spell when I didn't build anything (too busy) and really just got started again during the summer of ...