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 Posted: Mon Jun 17th, 2013 11:55 am
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Martin,

That looks terrific!:2t:

Static grass is still relatively new to us here in the US.

I have seen with envy, what can be done with it by modelers in Europe.

Over here, most just lay down a single layer that ends up looking like a golfing green.

I think Kalle was the first on the forum to show us what can be done with it by posting his methods of using the product.

Now you with these wonderful trees and bushes and tuffts.:s:

Thank you very much for showing us the way with these posts.

Please share as much as you can... I just have to try a few of those trees!! :bg:



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 Posted: Mon Jun 17th, 2013 04:35 pm
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I'll share as much as I can Dave, working on a SBS of the grasses right now. Just need the german layout for that and with a lotta M2 and only 3 days a week it will take a little time..



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Yes, it is some outstanding scenery. If only I could figure out how to make such realistic looking ground cover which would stand up to being outdoors, I woud be a happy camper. Show us some more, please.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 18th, 2013 12:16 pm
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W C Greene wrote:
If only I could figure out how to make such realistic looking ground cover which would stand up to being outdoors,

Woodie


They make that Woodrow, I think they call it "grass seed".:)



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SJSlots wrote:
Wow, that is super cool!

Ditto

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 Posted: Sun Jun 23rd, 2013 10:54 am
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Thanks guys..



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Working a bit on grasses these days, hard part is to find a decent underground to build the mats on. Must be somekinda fabric that can be ripped and torn. Do have 3 kinds around here now and played around a bit..







Only green 2mm, 4.5mm fibers and some WS fine turf earth. Working on a SBS but it´s probably gonna be published, so wait a bit before I place it here..



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Right, three kinda carrier material and now some people to test it if it's easy to fold, glue, rip and torn..













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Reminds me---

Gotta go--gotta mow!


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Isn't it amazing how much time, money and effort we spend making our lawns grow, grow, grow just so me can mow, mow, mow?



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