7/08/2015

Homemade 10 mm sand bags and bard wire.

Making a break from painting 28 mm fantasy miniatures I made this defensive stuff for my 10 mm WWII armies. 
For the sandbags I used rice and for the wire a metal thread used for making collars and bracelets.

 

10 comments:

  1. Cool stuff, they both look great. I did a similar thing for my wire, but I'm too lazy to base it. Yours looks much better!

    I absolutely love the sandbags. Rice, eh? I've got plenty of that. Sounds like a lot of work though, and I'm really lazy, would rather be gaming ;)

    I can't wait to see them on the table.

    V/R,
    Jack

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  2. Jack, a lazy person wouldn't play and report sooo many games as you do :)
    You can see the sandbags in action in my previous BATREP. They're very easy and fast to do; just spread some white glue on top of them and add a new row of rice and repeat the process. Finally, give them a coat of diluted white glue and then paint.
    Cheers!

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    1. Sure, not lazy overall, just not excited about making terrain.

      Yes, I remember seeing the sandbags now, they look really good.

      V/R,
      Jack

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  3. Muy buenos esos sacos, y las alambradas fabulosas.
    Se ven mucho mejor ahora

    Felicidades por la idea y el resultado

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    1. Gracias Iván, pero no decías que los sacos no te convencían?
      Te deseo un buen verano.

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    2. En la primera foto que vi, no se veían tan bien como ahora :(

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    1. Thank you Jay, nice to see you around :)

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