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 Posted: Sun Nov 20th, 2022 08:30 pm
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After watching many tree-building videos,
I attempted to build my own.

Below some progress pictures:











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I have sprayed glue on the wood dowel
and sprinkled sifted soil
to create some kind of bark:







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Looking very realistic for a tree suffering from a bark-beetle attack.







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Small branches created
by spraying glue on the bigger branches
and adding 12mm Noch static grass:












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Close-up of the smaller branches.



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Leaves/foliage added:















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This is nice.

What scale are you working in ?





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 Posted: Tue Nov 22nd, 2022 11:28 am
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I like the bark method, very impressive.

The greenery is coming along very well,
more pics please as you make more progress David.

I like your ideas, will be trying them soon,
and thanks for posting.

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Steven B wrote:
This is nice.

What scale are you working in ?


On30 (O scale narrow gauge)


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The first 2 trees are finished:









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