While I like the look of the Mark I bocage it is somewhat time consuming to apply the foliage, it takes about 20 minutes to apply foliage to a 6" section, and the clump foliage costs about $10.25 a bag and covers about 6 feet of bocage.
I decided to see if I could make some quicker and less expensively.
I kept the wooden dowels as the foundation of the construct, but replaced the clump foliage with cheap pan scrubbers and paint.
Take the pan scrubber and cut a strip about 2 to 3" inches wide and slightly shorter than the section of bocage you are foliating.
Hot glue the pan scrubber to one side of the upper dowel.
|As these American infantry demonstrate it is serviceable, a Mark I Bocage to their right.|
|Tadaa! same section flocked, matches much better.|