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Small Shop

Product Code: N505
Small Shop
£8.50

Small Shop Summary

World War Europe - Small Shop (15mm)N505
Dimensions W75 x D70 x H105mm approx
Product Features removable roof etched detailing
stacking floors     
Material(s) MDF Greyboard   
Contents 1x Small Shop  
supplied unassembled and unpainted in kit form with full instructions.

any models or accessories shown for scale purposes are not included.
Customer Reviews
2 review(s) posted (write review) 5 product stars
Very nice and cleverly designed - Bruno - 28/01/2017
This little house is the first one I built from sarissa range. Let's be direct : it's a jewel. Picture does not show it, but roof may free the first floor and first floor may be removed as well, all this easily and safely for the model. There are few engraved details but they are very well done. Once painted and weathered they give an extremely realistic feeling. In fact, no more was needed, so ... thumbs up. Assembly is straight forward as well, due to a very clever design. For that first house I did paint walls before assembly. That was not the best option (I think). In fact, assembling floors and roof, then painting them let's you have a uniform painting/weathering. (On my side tube acrilycs mix + inks and (few) pigments. This is what I did on the second house of my test order and I feel it more convenient, but any-one has it's own way doing the things so feel free trying. Overall assembly, painting and weathering on this one was achieved in about 2 to 3 hours (not counting drying times). For a real basic setup (just assembly and basic painting) I assume it may be done in about less than half an hour. This was my first Sarissa experiment and believe me, it won't be the last one. Playing at 15mm scale, I hope they will extend that range with bridges, russian village stuff, napoleonic and victorian english stuff, etc...

5 product stars
Very nice and cleverly designed - Bruno - 28/01/2017
This little house is the first one I built from sarissa range. Let's be direct : it's a jewel. Picture does not show it, but roof may free the first floor and first floor may be removed as well, all this easily and safely for the model. There are few engraved details but they are very well done. Once painted and weathered they give an extremely realistic feeling. In fact, no more was needed, so ... thumbs up. Assembly is straight forward as well, due to a very clever design. For that first house I did paint walls before assembly. That was not the best option (I think). In fact, assembling floors and roof, then painting them let's you have a uniform painting/weathering. (On my side tube acrilycs mix + inks and (few) pigments. This is what I did on the second house of my test order and I feel it more convenient, but any-one has it's own way doing the things so feel free trying. Overall assembly, painting and weathering on this one was achieved in about 2 to 3 hours (not counting drying times). For a real basic setup (just assembly and basic painting) I assume it may be done in about less than half an hour. This was my first Sarissa experiment and believe me, it won't be the last one. Playing at 15mm scale, I hope they will extend that range with bridges, russian village stuff, napoleonic and victorian english stuff, etc...