- 05/03/2018 at 02:17 #85938
We were having a discussion of the challenge of 10mm trenches on another thread. Here is one solution that I have found, not perfect for the scale, but I think it will work for me.
I hope you find this helpful!
http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/05/03/2018 at 02:51 #85940kyoteblueParticipant
Those look like they would fit with the BF 15 mm Great War trenches I have. Thanks.05/03/2018 at 03:25 #85941
I think that is what they are designed for, their sample pics on eBay show FOW bases in them. The shipping is a bit steep, but they are darn near indestructible which was one of my requirements. Show work perfectly with your FOW WW1 guys.
http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/05/03/2018 at 03:28 #85942kyoteblueParticipant
Thanks!05/03/2018 at 13:22 #85972
Thanks, Tim. I have aimed at a WW1 full trench system, it is hard to get it in scale for based 10mm figures. “In Scale” it should be, what 10mm wide, a German “wide” Trench maybe 15mm – 20mm wide to stop tanks?
I like your idea for front pieces for dug in troops on stands that are dug in, and have followed that model with WW2 in the past, and will again if I do WW2 again in the future. It looks better on the table than a maker with the words “Dug In.”
I am willing to eat the abstraction for the gain in sturdiness, other folks may not want to, so I wanted to get some pictures out there. I like the lichen if I want to make them look narrower. Also going to play with shortening them somewhat so the traverses are not so long.
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