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Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Cageyblood, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. tom ndege
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    tom ndege Well-Known Member

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    A simple wash can help a lot...
     
  2. Crowsfoot
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    Just to add a bit more on the base, a wash will tone down the plants but make sure you key them off, use a scotch pad to lightly score the surface, also on the base where it goes from stone to grass the line is too straight if you can bring the grass over onto the stone in a random pattern that will look more natural.

    Great work so far keep it up. ;)
     

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