Saturday, 26 March 2016

Siegfried Line

I've been working on some terrain bits and bob's for my late war WW2 project, based around the tundra terrain cloth that I bought cheap before Xmas. The latest addition to the 'to do' list are a couple of boxes of anti-tank obstacles, which I'll base on mdf hedgerow terrain templates from ERM. These will then be deployed as Siegfried Line defences alongside my Snapdragon resin trenches, although I'll also need some bunkers for the Germans to hide in. I did try to scratchbuild some dragons teeth using an ice cube tray and plaster of Paris but it didn't work, so the off the shelf version is very attractive, especially as I got them for a tenner a box.


  1. I had not heard of the REM hedgerow templates before, but will be definitely getting some of those, what size will be you be using?

  2. The medium sized ones. The small ones are too small. I already have some medium ones too. Tony of ERM is a great bloke to deal with and has some sort of time machine, so his parcels arrive like a flash!

  3. Forgot to say they're actually called field boundary templates. I was just using them for hedgerows and walls.

    1. Thank you for that, they looked reasonably priced too, certainly worth a go.