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 Posted: Fri Aug 23rd, 2013 06:43 pm
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Even under the scrutiny of a zoomed in camera that stuff still looks convincing. Martin, you are a ground covering God!



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 Posted: Sat Aug 24th, 2013 12:14 am
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Not a God Mike, just look at whaat the Man created...



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 Posted: Sun Aug 25th, 2013 02:00 am
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It was just a figure of speech, Martin. I' was trying to find a superlative that fit. I'm just amazed at the ground covering you guys are doing over on that side of the Altantic.... It seems you've perfected it where over here the better looking railroads have a desert motif.



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 Posted: Sun Aug 25th, 2013 08:58 pm
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I know Mike but it's just a couple of guys who do this, most RR over here look like...dunno L:

Friend of mine's building a display module for a museum, he's a bit short on time so I decided to help him out and made some grassmats for him..





















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 Posted: Thu Sep 26th, 2013 10:42 pm
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Worked a bit on some beech hedges for a friend of mine, h0 scale..







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 Posted: Thu Oct 3rd, 2013 11:41 pm
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Couple of new ones , customer job...







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Foolin around with photoshop..



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 Posted: Sun Oct 6th, 2013 09:54 pm
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Rough meadow....







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branches...







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Couple of bushes 1:32, LP is Ho scale





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Couple of questions asked lately about te wire frame bushes. Maybe this shots explain a bit..

Start with a frame of twisted 0.4mm floristwire..



give it a quick coat of primer..



twisted parts covered with a mix of latex wallpaint (color) and white glue (the non water resistant stuff) after that a quick shower of with MDF dust with a sieve



coat of the same colored latex wallpaint..



drybrushed with a titanium buff dark..



Next week I continue with the smaller branches and leaves using grassfibers and leave material..



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