Street Section with Wall

Published: February 18th, 2013     
Box Art
Box Art
Reviewed by: Jeffrey Brown - IPMS# 42302
Scale: 1/35
Company: MiniArt
Price: $15.00
Product / Stock #: 36052
Product provided by: MRC

This review is of the MiniArt Street Section with Wall, a part of their diorama series of bases for armor models. Like the other section I built in an earlier review, this was also pretty easy to build. When weathered, this looks nice when finished.

First, you get a sheet of very soft plastic to use as the base with a cobblestone street and some sidewalks. This has some very well done details with the cobblestones and sidewalks. The base is marked off for where you will put the wall, as in the other diorama.

Now, this one is fairly easy and simple to build. It comes with a tower you have to build, but like the other dioramas they offer, this is an optional piece. I, for one, plan to use the manhole cover and drain from the other review I did to complete the street scene. I will also add some rubble and dirt.

All in all, this is a simple but very nice base for your armor or figures. Once painted up, this makes a really cool and inexpensive piece of street for you to rest your model on. I really liked it. For the price, you can't go wrong even if you only want to use the cobblestone street.

I would like to thank MRC for supplying the review item and IPMS/USA for the opportunity to review the item.

  • Street and wall sections
    Street and wall sections
  • Power tower and other accessories
    Power tower and other accessories
  • Street and wall
    Street and wall
  • Wall section
    Wall section
  • Brickwork detail
    Brickwork detail
  • Wall weathering
    Wall weathering

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