Drumstick wrote:tea leaves - good idea! Although I only seem to have the dried dark brown stuff, will post a picture below. Is that the stuff you normally use? I think the camo nets a good idea, although I haven't thought how to do it & it'll be quite awkward to position troops under it.
paulsmodellingworkshop wrote:Try making the frame from some hardwood like walnut, lime, spruce etc - balsa wood be too soft. Drape over your netting material (i've used model boat makers netting sprayed green and brown) glue down and add some leaves or similar. Just dont glue the frame to the base - you can hold it down with four small bits of blu tack.
Maybe think about planking the base as well. you caould use balsa for that.
I made some like this for 20mm figures all though the principle is the same for any size:
The leaves I got from Antoneciti's workshop - they do netting as well, or you can (try not to laugh ) tights, stockings etc sprayed brown/black/green etc.
carvel2 wrote:@ Paul...great stuff! I nearly missed it with all that camo
Parus Ater wrote:I think I need to either get into this tuft perversion of start a clump counter culture.
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