Note though that I have no intention whatsoever of making some attempt at a container port!
First up is a kitbash (how I hate that word) of the three WorldWorksGames containers. I have also made the three individual containers separately, but for some reason the rubbish photographer forgot to get a snap of them.
The WWG containers were the first ones I obtained and the only ones I actually paid out for, my others were all free downloads found on the Interweb thingy.
|The Toposolitario containers|
|The three Maerklin containers|
These are available from a German site for children: //www.maerklinfanclub.de/en/
but you'll have to do a bit of digging around to find them.
|Four of the the Igshansa|
They're in two different sizes for most of them; a 20 foot version and a 40 foot version and are available in three scales, 1/87, 1/100 and 1/200 as they're aimed at railway modellers.
|Another four of the Igshansa Containers|
I chose to do the shorter versions for gaming purposes.
|Same containers as above, but showing the logos on the back two|
|Yet more of the Igshansa Containers|
All mine (save for one) haven't got a base to them as this made it far easier to pack them out with foamboard reinforcement, made from the numerous pieces of scrap foamboard that I retain for just such uses as this.
|Are we nearly there yet? - Another three Igshansa models|
|Final Igshansa model|
This is one of a series of futuristic conatiners available from :
The containers themselves are very 'futuristic, which can just about be made out on the one in the photograph to the left.
|There's WWG container in the right foreground|
Since making all these I've found a few more models among my files and I'll probably have another look at some of the Antenocitis ones too for inspiration, if nothing else.
|The final Stack showing 27 of the models I made|
That's it then for another week - hope you found something of interest (and I'm sick of typing the word "container").
My other blog's post is the last in my menagerie series and can be found HERE