Posted by C M Dodson on 23 Oct 2020, 21:02


Whilst clearing the Quatre Bras landscape I thought I might utilise the wood for something a little different.

The US advance on St. Lo was conducted through the Bocage country which entailed a slow and difficult advance.

The Sherman’s are modified deagostini die cast models whilst the Americans are from Italieri, slightly chopped.

The poor Germans are Yekerol .




Happy modelling.

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Posted by Peter on 23 Oct 2020, 21:03

Great work Chris! :thumbup:
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Posted by John Simmons on 23 Oct 2020, 21:18

Very clever re-purposing of terrain. If I could build terrain like yours, though, I'd have a very hard time ever bringing myself to clear it away. On the other hand, Antietam must be coming now, and I'm very eager to see what you do with that one.

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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 23 Oct 2020, 21:38

Once again, excellent work!
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Posted by Wiking on 24 Oct 2020, 18:01

I open your post and immediately in several of my Dio behind me I hear walking boots and screaming :
" Sherman`s ! Wo ist unser Tiger ?" (Sherman`s ! Where is our Tiger?)





Nice idea :thumbup: with the reuse of your landscape.
Look too good. (The reaction, see above.)
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Posted by Beano Boy on 24 Oct 2020, 22:33

Bravo! Chris.
i have long believed in my own Time Table for any period. Past,Present of Future!
It is hinged upon the art of making sure that one has lots of photographs,
or film shots to sift through for later presentations on Line that really pay dividends
especially after the table top of such dreams has finally been cleared away. BB
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 26 Oct 2020, 13:44

Nice re-purposing, Chris. Not your usual patch, but this is every bit as fine, and why waste a perfectly good bit of terrain?!
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Posted by panzerman825 on 23 Nov 2020, 08:15

Top notch work on the tanks, figures, and terrain. The way you framed the photos adds extreme realism to the scene.
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