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Started by Chris, May 17, 2009, 12:19:04 AM
Quote from: David on July 15, 2010, 12:26:02 AMOf course it's not easy in scale Z, but to be honest I'm not really convinced this is the best you can do!
QuoteFor my own scenery, I use a plant called 'Zeeschuim' in Dutch. Here's an example picture:http://www.universmodeliste.com/zeeschuim-gpp-xml-277_280-2028.htmlDon't know the English or Latin name, but you can probably Google for it. It's a very cheap and filigrane plant that will probably look a lot better. If you want you can spray paint it, or you can dip it in a white glue/water solution and sprinkle it with 'foliage' powder.
QuotePerhaps you should not mix too many different types of trees in one area. Colorwise, they seem to be in a different season each. Also paint and cover the underground, and add some lower shrubs and plants underneath the trees in the front.
QuoteI hope you take this as constructive criticism!