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Wargaming trees

Posted by Mr. Andrea on 12 Aug 2015, 15:22

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Posted by Emperor on 12 Aug 2015, 17:47

@Mr Andrea Nice tutorial
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Posted by Kekso on 12 Aug 2015, 18:06

I must be honest, I dislike ready made tree armatures. Maybe they're suitable for wargaming but for making dioramas are very unrealistic. Presented technique is good, though.
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Posted by Mr. Andrea on 13 Aug 2015, 16:25

agree with you Dalibor :-D . I shared because of the technique, which is a good starting point and adaptable to personal improvement. For wargaming, it would suffice a shaped paper with "wood" written on it :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: but it would be a pretty cold and boring battle :shock: :shock: :eh:
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Posted by Ochoin on 15 Aug 2015, 22:10

Cheap & expensive pre-made trees fill my needs. An old plastic Christmas tree has enough trees o it (by pulling off the ends of each branch) to provide several forests.

But thanks anyway.

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Posted by Mr. Andrea on 16 Aug 2015, 09:58

And my wife was just a out to trash the old plastic Xmas tree. Saved few branches. Thanks for the hint Donald
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Aug 2015, 10:37

Mr. Andrea wrote:And my wife was just a out to trash the old plastic Xmas tree.


Women :mrgreen:
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Posted by Ochoin on 16 Aug 2015, 13:40

A slightly different idea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntmEP46g40Q


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