I have two versions of a 15mm PaperTerrain Vauban Fortress, one the original and also the smaller one seen above, which has the original bastions (the diamond shaped corners), but half length walls and a modified gatehouse. I wanted glacis (the outer banks) for both of these, but felt that the PaperTerrain card ones were too steep an angle for my figures to stand on them, so I made my own. This blog describes how they were made. Continue reading
A couple of years ago, I made up a PaperTerrain model of a Vauban fortress. This is suitable for both the 18th Century and Napoleonic era. You can see more details of this on my Fortifications page.
I needed some artillery for this, and the only suitable garrison carriages were those of the Hät British Sailors and Marines set. However I thought that the gun barrels themselves were too large for fortress artillery, so I used Airfix French Napoleonic Artillery barrels instead, and assumed that they were short 12 pounders. I painted the gun barrels black to represent iron guns. Continue reading
As mentioned elsewhere on the website, I have a model of a modular Vauban fortress (card model from Paper Terrain), which can be seen on the Fortifications page. I have created a number of alternate flags to fly over this, to show the current ownership. I thought I would write this blog to show how I made them. Continue reading