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#65239
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Moss this really turn into wordplay? :)
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#65245
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
This thread is starting to grow on me.
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#65247
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
I think the other threads might turn green with envy.
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#65252
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Leaf it alone, guys!
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#65258
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
I apologize for going off topic. I'll spore you any further word play.
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#65259
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Sorry for truffling everyone by spurring on his punning.
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#65260
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
That's ok Nate. Threads always tend to branch off a bit.
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#65263
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Seems like Mootacoo really broke the mold when he started this thread.
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#65266
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
The word play sort of grows on you.

School glue is a little thicker than scenic cement. You can dab it with a brush to get more control than spray. A light coat of fine yellow flock or the "burnt grass" colored flock will add a lot. I use a pepper shaker to apply the yellow.

Your tiles look very nice!




I used Blended flock and school glue on this model
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#65268
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Man, I leaf for one second and the puns start! Weed better calm things down a little...

That model looks great Oldmanwillow! I can see that the yellow flock really makes it look more realistic. I'll have to see if I can find some at my hobby shop.

And thank you for the glue suggestion! I wasn't sure if school glue would be too thick that it would make the flock form more of a bubble on the surface instead of coating.
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#65269
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
My pepper shaker is filled with the red rather than yellow, but same idea. Spraying some scenic cement over the grass might help set it better.

Sorry if I don't play word play.
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#65271
Re:Painting Mossy/Moldy Game Tiles 6 Months ago  
Good advice brvheart, I have a feeling spraying afterwards will help. As you can see, I am rather new to using turf, I had never based my miniatures in the past, but decided to pick up some supplies to try it out. And now it has even more uses!
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