Today's post is a real mix and match of items from various sources. The oil drum is from the Italeri Field Workshop kit No. 04195 that I picked up from e-bay. It was painted with acrylic paints. The rusted oil container was 'turned' on my Black and Decker hand drill from a section of knitting needle and detailed with various pieces of plastic card and plastic rod. It was also painted with acrylic paints. The iron beam was modelled from a balloon stick, the plastic stick that is given away free when balloons are given to children and cost me nothing I modified the X section to be a T section and cut it to length. Similar Plastistruct profiles can cost over £2.00 a length so looking out for suitable plastic profiles is well worth it. The final item is a watering can which was 'scratch-built' from a section of pen barrel, some plastic card and plastic rod and pieces of sheet aluminium. It was painted in metallic greys to represent a galvanised watering can and when varnished, I used a graphite pencil to add some metallic sheen to the edges.