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Earthworks
for War Games of All Periods (But Mostly 19th Century)

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General War Game
Accessories from
Studio 33

28mm & 15mm Scale Entrenchments

These self-printed, self assembly model Earthworks represent a basic design such as appeared at Ferozeshah and Sobraon in the First Sikh War. Each piece presents a steep glacis, a parapet for Infantry figures to stand on, and sloping rear face which can accommodate more figures on Bases. All are textured to resemble heaped earth, heavily packed and leveled. There are two lengths of straight sections, a pair of wider pieces to mount Batteries on, and "corner" pieces. In sufficient numbers and with the right mix laid end-to-end, it is possible to form a prepared defensive position in square, rectangular, or even "oval" shape for far less money than in resin or comparable materials.

Provided in the two most common miniature gaming scales, each complete set of full color, printable PDF files costs $10.00 , only the preferred scale need be specified. Owning the full set permits limitless reproduction and fieldworks of any size.

Upon purchase, the full collection will be sent via E-mail without shipping costs.


(15mm Models Are Shown For Illustration, but 28mm are virtually Identical)

28mm, Earthwork #1--Straight Section, Long


5" long x 4" wide x 1.75" high section.


15mm Version

7" long x 3" wide x .75" high section.

28mm Earthwork #2--Straight Section, Short

2" long x 4" wide x 1.75" high section.

15mm Version

1" long x 2.25" wide x .75" high section.

28mm Earthwork #3--Battery Section

3" long x 6" wide x 1.75" high section.

15mm Version

2" long x 2.75" wide x .75" high section.

28mm Earthwork #4--Corner Pieces Long
Two pieces, each 5.5" long x 4" wide x 1.75" high. Note that each corner piece is angled, one to the left, one to the right (shown).

15mm Version

Two pieces, each 2.25" long x 2" wide x .75" high section, as above.

Please Specify Desired Scale

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