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Very visual! I like em. Is that real grass?
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It is static grass from Woodland Scenics, a product usually used for model railroading.

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Good stuff, Harry
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So there's no mistake, all but three of these are painted and modded by Don F. Moss. Mine are the three crappy ones you see in the very first post. The rest are painted by Don. The characters are not his creation, but the paint is all his.

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Damn fine looking minis. I love the skelly with the sword through him!!
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Besides the El

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These new ones look great. Kudos to Don F. Moss!
I really like that last boat you made. It's ideal for a small band of adventurers.

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Harry Joy wrote:
It is static grass from Woodland Scenics, a product usually used for model railroading.

How do you get it to look so grass like? I use Games Workshop static grass and it always cames out looking like Astro-Turf... Admittedly, I've only based 2 minis so far, but still

Is it a difference in the quality of the Static Grass being used? Or is there a trick to get it looking like that?

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This thread has a ton of good tips on using static grass:
http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=29440

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Finally hav

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Is that the old styrofoam Warhammer castle being used for the basis?

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It's three d

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Not that I would have the room for such a thing but nicely done.

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