Making Background Foliage

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Trucula

Drum Driver
Reminds me of my last layout...out of a tunnel and onto a bridge...Nice work!..and thanks for the tip, I always hated the lichen look...they look like dried veins or underwater sponges...and we have allot of them...Now I know what we can use them for. I love those packs of foliage. We use them allot. And we just got a dozen of them. Nice sage grass in the front too!
 

CBCNSfan

Registered Member
Staff member
Great tip Harold, I have bags of lichen downstairs and reluctant to use most of it. At last it doesn't have to go to waste.
Thank's again for another good idea.

Cheers Willis
 

SpaceMouse

Fun Lover
Harold, thtnks for the tip.

I use lecithin for clinging flowering vines and to change texture in large vegetation areas.

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I'll see if I can find a finished photo of the area.
 
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