Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Digging the Trenches

Back at the Derby convention, you may recall that I bought a trench section from Early War Miniatures. It was one of their miscast sections. To be honest, I can't see what is wrong with it apart from a slight crease in the base of the trench and as it only cost me £2, it was a bargain as far as I can see. Now I work part-time I am able to paint a bit more on my down-days, so I finished off the section:


It was painted exactly the same way as I had done the other trench sections that I also bought from Early War Miniatures, the blog post on this is HERE.


Also, on Sunday, at Fiasco, I bought some EWM craters, at only £6.50 for thirty craters this was another bargain. These were also finished off quickly and you can see them around the trench section alongside one of my original trenches:


This was a quick job for both the trench section and craters and has added a bit more scenery to my Square Bashing and Through The Mud and the Blood projects. 

Thanks for looking!

10 comments:

  1. Great work. I really must invest in a set for myself.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete, they are easily the best trenches on the market and are reasonably priced as well!

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  2. Great work and bargains to boot

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    1. Thanks Neil, yes, they are a great price, even at full retail. Well worth a punt!

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