First job drill roughly some small holes using my hand drill for the matches, I find they don’t need to be exact then glue them in I spaced them at 5 sets across a fence section which is about 8 inches long, the reason for this was the sticks were this long and so one less job cutting them down 🙂
Then stick the cross pieces, if you have drilled the holes carefully this is easy as the uprights hold them fairly well
If like me you are a bit sloppy you need lots of pegs to hold them while they dry....I use ordinary bostick type glue but then put some ‘super glue’ to finish them off.
Then sand the bases
I sprayed the whole lot brown again coz I had an old tin and I am lazy, then some cheap artist acrylic on the bases to differentiate them colour wise and some lighter brown/drab dry brushing, finishing off with a lighter dry brush....no of this done very carefully
Finish off with some static grass and a few clumps for variation. All a couple of evenings effort and about £5 or so.