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Author Topic: Haunted , Halloween Scenery ?  (Read 423 times)
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Sweden Sweden

Hi Forest , hows Fanny?

« on: October 25, 2012, 09:01:38 pm »

Ive been attempting to try to create , a haunted environment for my display that I hope to be able to interchange ( given my limited space ) with other theme or concept environments , the problem is Im really having trouble finding anything I like.

So far Ive been looking around then mainly at grass scenery, as I have yet to use it , but must confess Ive not really seen anything that captures my imagination that much , other some things here and there.

I dont have static flock dispenser to really go into the static grass stuff well and vary the lengths the way Id like too , so I thought maybe grass mat would do , but all the ones ive seen look just to " cheery " so Ive just been thinking of maybe trying to experiment with some suff Ive seen like brush bristles , faux fur so on instead.

Im working on 35:1 scale so some of the wargaming stuff might be ok too

Is any one else here interested in creating this type of scenery , and if so what have you done ?

Have you found any good sources for things like  dead trees  or other related Haunted / Halloween items at all ?

Ive found Dept 56 has some nice stuff ,although i find their Halloween line is far  too theatrical , and far too large to be of much use, I have bought one or two things from them ( mainly for larger models )



" You can lose every battle except that last " Sir Malcolm , Penny Dreadful
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