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 Posted: Sun Mar 10th, 2013 01:05 pm
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Joined: Thu Aug 2nd, 2007
Location: St Johns, Isle Of Man, United Kingdom
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That's it really, just try to get a bit of variation in the trunk colour, I used a selection of rattle cans, fro speed, and because that's what I had on hand, but washes and/or drybrushing will work too.

Sea moss is marketed under various names, eg Forest in a Flash in the UK, and I think Supertrees in the USA. You can grow your own, which would make it very cheap!

And like Woodie says, have fun!!!

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