Trenches (part two)

Now that you have decided what type of trenches to make, it’s time to start making them. The first step is to wash the oil residue off the resin pieces. Because we will be using …

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Trenches (part one)

Selecting the style of trench you want. Trenches have been around almost as long as siege warfare has! They are a great addition to your force and can be a lot of fun to play games …

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Building a Sandbag Bunker

The most common bunkers on gaming tables are concrete ones. While it is true that concrete is the most preferred material to construct a bunker with, it wasn’t the most common material used. The vast …

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Making Dragon’s Teeth

Dragon's Teeth are a great obstacle to use; unfortunately I didn’t like most of the commercially available ones. Most of them are way too large, and don’t look very good when placed on a table. Naturally, I …

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Experimenting with making 15mm barbed wire (part one)

Making wire obstacles in 15 mm can be quite a challenge since at such a small scale the wire would actually be too small to see. How do you represent something that is too small …

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Building a Defensive line

Sometimes you just need a little more cover than the table naturally provides. We wanted to be able to use a defense line for those occasions but it just doesn’t feel right to recycle Imperial …

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