You must be logged in and verified to contact the designer.
Two 1/32 scale steel drums. Known as 55-gallon drums in the U.S., 44-gallon drums in the UK, and 200-Litre drums in most other countries. They appear as trash cans or oil drums, depending upon how you set them up.Each drum has 2 plugs (bungs) in one closed end. Install with this end up and you have a closed-top drum like those used to store oil.
The other end is open. Inside each barrel are 8 beer/pop cans connected by sprue which can be removed easily. Attached to the closed end of each drum is also a disk covered with trash on both sides. This disk of trash is easy to remove. Put some sand in the bottom of the barrel and insert the trash disk into the open end, to the depth of your choosing. Beer/pop cans are easy to color/paint while on the sprue and can be placed on top of other trash. Sprinkle a little sawdust on top and you'll have a trash can that's a dead ringer for the real thing.
Drums are accurately scaled models of those typically used in the U.S. from 1965 - 2000. These drums were commonly used at auto races as trash cans. They are perfect for 1/32 scale race tracks and road courses.The diameter of each drum at the rib is .72". The height of the drum is 1.08".
Colored drums are first printed in white and then dyed. Consequently, a small white spot may be visible where sprue is cut away from drums. Felt tip pens work well for coloring trash, cans, and drums printed in light colors.