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old tree HO
grove den

old tree HO

very old tree made with the roots of a real tree and some pape- machee at the bottom of the trunk.
The preiserman is in N scale but it could be easy a HO tree..( 8 inches)
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Thats Awesome!! I like the 1/2 dead look..There are trees down south over here that I like, not sure the name but they are creepy mossy-like hanging. I'll think of the name once I post it!
 
Wow! excellent modelling, Jos. I bet you can model a live oak with spanish moss or even Angel Oak in South Carolina. (see: http://www.ftdrumgrowers.com/angel%20oak.jpg)
You're a real tree artist.

Regards,

Ren
 

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