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Mesaj  Admin la data de 23/10/2015, 20:20

Am inceput lucrul la o diorama cu vikingi si medieval peasant , cat o sa dureze si ce o sa iasa nu stiu inca... Smile . Prima este o casa de vikingi ...sau am incercat sa semene cu o casa de vikingi .... Smile , putin modificata , mai adaptatata ici colo ...etc !
  

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Mesaj  Admin la data de 27/10/2015, 14:51

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Mesaj  Admin la data de 23/3/2016, 19:38

Hi there,

I just registered last week and posted my Death Korps of Krieg project today:



I was asked about the barbed wire you can see here:


I don't like the look of GWs barbed wire and even FWs barbed wire didn't do it for me so I made my own*.
Since I was asked this quite often (on a German board, too), I decided to make a little tutorial.
(*: This method isn't new, I didn't invent it. I've seen it on some model-train websites before.


I made barbed wire with 0,5 mm and it really has the potential to do some damage!! Even with 0,2 mm you should be carefull.
While the wire itself is very thin and breakable, short spikes won't bend and thus can cause some damage!
On the upside, people might avoid to touch your miniatures because of fear of tetanus.



You will need:

- Fine Wire - I tried 0,5 mm and 0,2 mm. I think the later is better. You can get it from hobby stores.
 I recently bought ~ 1 km from ebay. You could strip small electric wires or network cables.
 There's usually some fine twisted wire inside.
- electric screwdriver / small drill
- pliers
- a piece of bigger wire, like a paperclip



1st step:

- Take a piece of wire (I used a piece of about 30 to 40 cm) and fold it.
- Then take the paperclip or a piece of it and clamp it in the screwdriver / drill.
- thread the wire through the clip



- hold the other end of the wires and twist them with the electric screwdriver / drill



3rd step:

- clamp the clip to a vice or something else that will hold it



Here you can see how thin the wire is. It may break if you twist / bend it to much!


4th step:

- The first spikes are the hardest to do. Normally I'll just twist the 2nd wire around the base wire and glue it in place.
- Take the pliers to hold the wire and twist the 2nd wire (spike-wire) around the 1st wire.
- Try to twist it closely together.
- Do this every few mm or cm, just as you like. If you run out of spike-wire, just add another one.

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5th step:

- When you are finished, you'll have something like this:



- Now, before you do anything: Glue the spikes in place with a small drop of superglue (mine has a little brush so I go over the spikes with it).
Otherwise the spikes might move on the wire!

- After the glue is dry you can clip of the spike wire at any length you want.



I know, there's some excess material. But if you do every spike alone you have excess material too - and you might go insane.




Enjoy your barbed wire.



I made barbed wire with 0,5 mm and it really has the potential to do some damage!! Even with 0,2 mm you should be carefull.
While the wire itself is very thin and breakable, short spikes won't bend and thus can cause some damage!
On the upside, people might avoid to touch your miniatures because of fear of tetanus.
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