House Corner

This is the 1/35 Scale House Corner Plastic Model Military Diorama from Italeri. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.

Italeri House Corner Plastic Model Military Diorama 1/35 Scale #556413
 Italeri # ita556413
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Italeri Item # ita556413
Features :
  • Injection molded plastic parts with realistic details..
  • Simple assembly!.
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Spotlight Review

"Fun little kit - a bit under scale?"
These Italeri kits for adding some small structure to a diorama are pretty cool. They are plastic, not plaster (so not like the Verlinden structure kits) and many may find them much easier to assemble and paint - particularly if having built plastic models before. This is a very old kit, but a huge classic. In my opinion, it is slightly 'under-scale' but this is forgiveable since it's meant to be a building element on very small scale...

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  • Injection molded plastic parts with realistic details..
  • Simple assembly!.


  • Scale: 1:35
  • Italeri Product Number: 556413


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"just OK"
Not real happy with this kit. It only has the outer walls and that is it. Nothing for the inner walls, so you will have to fab your own. Needs rubble at the base and a lot of work. I feel that there are better kits for the money here on Hobbylinc that would really do a better job and look a lot like a destroyed building. -

"Detailed diorama piece"
The Italeri House Corner diorama piece is a nicely detailed accessory to any scene using 1/35 vehicles or figures. The pieces are molded with intricate brick patterns exposed under cracked outer stucco surface of a ruined building. The facade is paintable such that the detail remains for texture and realism. The only cons of this piece are the lack of interior detail and a gaping joint connecting the two pieces of the door wall of the house. There is an easy remedy to those problems, however, that make it quite an interesting piece of work. I used plaster to pour into the interior cavity of the molded walls which served nicely as interior plaster wall surfaces. I used drywall spackling to neatly fill in the gaping joint in the front door wall. Carefully using these modifications complete this piece nicely. If you are willing to put in a little extra labor of love, you will find working with this model an enjoyable experience that results in a nice diorama.

"good mold"
good for a small diorama to put a model beside its just a few parts so it will be fast to build and look good painted and weathered

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