I decided I needed a quick project. I had acquired a new tool sometime, the Chopper from NWSL.
I had tried to make some fences before, but they were not strong enough. I decided to use 1/4 inch mdf for the bases, and drill holes for the fence posts. I used small sticks of wood I bought in a pack from Michael's to make the posts, and flat sticks for the fence rails.
This picture is of one of the bases I cut, plus the fence rail sticks. The bases were cut on a table saw. Then I used my Dremel to bevel the edges of the bases, and a drill to make holes.
I used the Dremel to also round off the bottoms of the posts so they would fit in the holes. I could have used round posts, but I wanted the maximum surface area to glue the rails to the poles.
I used epoxy to glue the rails to the fence posts, and left them to dry.
I then sprayed the assembled fence brown.
After that I drybrushed them with a light gray.
I then glued Woodland Scenics Coarse Ballast to the base, and painted it green.
That was drybrushed with a light tan and some small foliage clumps added.
I made 20 sections, each 4 inches long for 80 inches of fence.
Here it is with a Prussian battalion lined up behind it.
Reasonably successful, and a nice little project.