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Personal logo Cormac Mac Art Supporting Member of TMP25 Aug 2020 4:25 p.m. PST

I decided to start up a blog, partly to share what I am doing, and partly to keep track of how I am doing things. I've got 17ft of 15mm bocage started this week. Take a look if you are interested.

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Oberlindes Sol LIC Supporting Member of TMP25 Aug 2020 4:57 p.m. PST

Awesome stuff.

Enjoy the blog. I like mine, even though I've been too busy to post for some time.

BeneathALeadMountain26 Aug 2020 3:56 p.m. PST

Great stuff Cormac. I hope 17ft is enough :) I'm currently (still) making mine and have made approximately 24ft of straights and about 14ft of junctions, firing positions and so on. It's amazing when you put it on the table and suddenly you're running out of pieces. My method is more complicated and masochistic as well, I really like how you've found a quite straightforward approach that works. I've still got about 4 of the 24ft of straights to finish (I'd initially done 18ft and when I set it out I couldn't do what I needed with it) before I begin to add greenery and need to get back to it as I burnt myself out slightly and have been distracting myself with other projects for a bit.

Sorry didn't mean to sound negative, it's always great to see people making bocage as its such a specific feature which only occurs in certain parts of Normandy but is vital to make your battles different. I think a lot of people just use their normal hedges as counts as instead. I can't wait to get mine on the table and play on my first proper Normandy bocage table.

Great to see you're playing Battlegroup it's probably my favourite WW2 ruleset.

Keep it up (I'll check back on your blog to see it finished),
BALM
link My attempt if your interested (my blog is mainly for me but I always like talking to other hobbyists and it helps keep me motivated).

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