From the Shed: A Couple of quick tank barriers.

I’ve just finished this book on the war in the Ukraine. An interesting little read for the ‘other side’ as it were.

These tank traps come from that conflict and were printed by me. The snow is a mixture of white tectured paint and 1mm white static grass. The figure amongst them is a 20mm US infantryman from Elhiem. Some tufts were added to which the static grass was glued.

Cheers,

Pete

EDITED TO ADD LINK TO THE ACTUAL BOOK

16 comments on “From the Shed: A Couple of quick tank barriers.

  1. Luke says:

    Looking good! Nice job on the snow effect

  2. tehlulzpare says:

    That’s cool! Are they really that big or is the figure in a different scale to them?

  3. They look ace mate, how did you make them?

  4. Sand Table says:

    Now that’s going to stop a KV! Nice job.

  5. Jeff Groves says:

    Caltrops for tanks! Your snow technique is very effective.

  6. Nice Pete, something for the combat engineers to blow up!

    • Pete S/ SP says:

      Thanks Mark. Am sure three is a skirmish scenario there. Escort and protect the engineers whilst they deal with the obstacles before the tanks can advance… it’s got me thinking.

      Cheers,

      Pete.

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