Painting 15 mm Logs and Posts Quickly

Painting 15 mm Logs and Posts Quickly

I recently completed a project where I scratch built a dozen barbed wire obstacles.  Each of those obstacles required 14 posts, meaning that I had to manufacture 168 of the buggers.  That calls for a production level that would make the Department of Munitions proud....
Scratch Building Barbed Wire Obstacles

Scratch Building Barbed Wire Obstacles

When I decided to field Grenadiers out of Grey Wolf as my Flames of War army, part and parcel to that decision was the ability to take fortifications.  To me that means bunkers, trenches and barbed wire.  Any idea how much 15 mm barbed wire obstacles cost from...
Scratch Built Trench – Angle Section

Scratch Built Trench – Angle Section

Straight trenches are fine for the tabletop, but who doesn’t want a bend once in a while?  In fact, German strongpoints as described in Grey Wolf require them.  They’re small and fiddly but not really all that hard to build. Angle Section of the Scratch...
Scratch Built Trenches – Technique Update

Scratch Built Trenches – Technique Update

As in any endeavor, when scratch building terrain techniques improve over time.  Such is the result of my last month, so here is a revised technique for scratch built trenches. The Problem The problem with the technique initially shown is that it is labor intensive. ...