IntroductionBunker 33 - destroyed
is a hard foam tabletop-terrain model from Ziterdes
, in cooperation with scenery masters NOCH
. While scaled for 25-28mm, this bunker is versatile and is only limited in scale by the imagination of the modeler. Bunker 33 - Destroyed
is item 12052.
The destroyed steel bunker 33 can be perfectly combined with the grave positions and trenches. The bunker makes your gaming table to a special place. The kind and form of the building stands representative of the "where" of the action - the battle. So the characteristic buildings are on your gaming table more impresive the overall impression, as more varying, diversify, and artful the game. By the way: In addition to the function as an obstacle buildings are also perfect for a mission
is based in Germany and creates a range of models for fantasy and Sci-Fi genres:
Dungeons & Dragons
Sci-Fi (Warhammer 40000)
To serve those genres many different product lines are offered:
Tabletop Gaming Table
Modular Gaming Table Sets
DunkelWelt - An extensive gaming world with Starter and Extension Sets, Special Editions, Single Modules. Furthermore, DunkelWelt includes Dunkelstadt - "the ultimate playing area for all dungeon players and jailers," with...
Special Edition Monte Christo
Dunkelstadt Single Modules
Furniture & Accessories
Pyramids, Temples and Ruins
Bunkers & Positions
Castles & Fortresses
Ships & Boats
Bridges & Jetties
Tabletop Bits & Pieces
Grasses, stones & groundcover
Snow and Ice
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The ModelBunker 33 - destroyed is made of hard foam. While this is rigid hard foam, it can be manipulated with heat. The foam is otherwise very tough yet very light, more so than resin or ceramic. It can be easily cut, ground and honed, and painted.
These models are made to stand alone or be joined with related models and incorporated into larger dioramas.
Bunker 33 is packaged in a bag that is glued to a card backing. The model is cast as a single piece with dark hard foam. The top is spraypainted with earth and gray colors. Bunker 33 has a footprint of 200 mm by 180 mm by 60 mm (7 7/8 by 7 5/16 by 2 3/8 inches).
No instructions are provided - but why would there be?
DetailCasting captures a lot of authentic surface detail: dirt; concrete; wood grain. Plenty of gravel and debris is scattered around.
Static grass, foam ground cover, and other detritus can enhance the surface detail, if one desires to do so.
ScaleThis bunker is scaled to the common fantasy wargaming, skirmish-level, science fiction, and role-playing scale of 25-28mm; that is 1/64 (S gauge for model railroading). I think it can convincingly host a range of scales, up to 1/32. Smaller scales get swallowed up and yet I provided models down to 25-28mm for your consideration.
ConclusionBunker 33 - Destroyed makes a good impression upon me. I think the scaling is versatile and can imagine plenty of uses for it whether sci-fi or fantasy gaming, or static military modeling. It can be a versatile model.
This Ziterdes product looks good and I look forward to examining more. Recommended.
Thanks to Ziterdes partner NOCH for providing this model for review! Please mention to NOCH and Ziterdes, and retailers, that you saw this product here - on Historicus Forma!