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Meadow Fences and Walls


A simple wall or fence can sometimes turn the tide of a battle, hampering cavalry charge or providing cover or defence position for infantry.

With this set you will be able to re-create on your table most common types of fences and walls used throughout the ages to divide fields, (or town districts), handle livestock, surround villages, inns, farms, manors orchards or vineyards.

Despite the name, with some creativity you will find many other uses for elements of this set.

Similar constructions were used for shed, and workshop walls, internal walls in houses, reinforcing earthworks, riverbanks, wharfs in ports or docks in ancient or medieval towns, as field fortifications or in siege works. Possibilities are countless.

In this multi layered PDF You will find:

  • Detailed models of 6 common pre-industrial era fence types – wicker bundle or hazel slat wattles, post fences with fascine or split plank fill,  dry stone and turf bricket walls. With short description of each type.
  • Simplified versions for fast and easy use, or advanced options for best visual effect.
  • Colour or hue options for most fences.
  • Non repetitive textures for each fence type
  • Special elements for turf and stone walls such as wedges or damaged sections.
  • Detailed assembly instructions and general tips.
  • Basing elements

You will need:

  • Printer and paper (160-180gsm or 90-120 lbs. recommended)
  • Hobby knife and/or scissors
  • Glue (clear drying PVA glue recommended)
  • A ruler or straight angle may be useful.


Wattle fences: 25mm (~1’’) or 40mm (~1,75’’) high and ~15cm (6’’) long

Plank fences: 25mm (~1’’) or 40mm (~1,75’’) high;  7,5cm (3’’) long

Fascine fence: 25mm (~ 1’’) high; 7,5 and 15cm (3 and 6’’) long.

Turf and dry stone: 25 or 40mm (~1/1,7’’) high with basic elements 7,5 or 15cm

This set is designed for 28-30mm miniatures but you can easily adjust it for smaller scales simply by reducing size percentage in your printer settings.

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April 14th, 2014
I build a lot of paper terrain, but these models are a step above. They take more time to build than the simple boxes I'm used to (and quite satisfied with) - but the extra work provides for an amazing piece of terrain. You can see pix of my bui [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 03, 2014.
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