Tiled walls from feudal Japan. These walls would have surrounded residential houses of samurai and local wealthy landowners. Since the stone bases were time-consuming and costly to build, they were often used at the front of a property while lower walls were used at the sides and back of a property.
These are lower, head-height walls (approximately 38mm tall) which can be mounted on the stone bases (available separately) in order to raise them another 20mm, for a total height of 58mm.
Available plain or with vertical wooden bar “windows”.
Stone bases, corner sections, and a gateway are available separately.
3D-printed in PLA plastic, usually grey. Colour may vary. Other materials & colours available on request.
Please note that the 0.2mm layers inherent to the production process will be visible. A textured spraypaint or some fine filler is usually sufficient to disguise these for tabletop use.
Featured image is a render, not a photograph, so these layers are not visible.
Samurai models not included.
Please note that the upper walls are not textured – they have been sprayed with stone-effect spray in the photos, prior to painting.