DIY realistic model scenery- Grass and Bushes

DIY realistic model scenery- Grass and Bushes. In this How to DIY video Model Railroad Techniques will model realisitic scenery and show you how to make awesome little Grass and Bushes tufts using scenery products that most of us would have. The techniques used can be used on a variety of other scenery projects.

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Products used in Video

Sprue Cutters (similar to Micro Mark version)

Folk Art Crackle Medium

Americana Acrylic Paint

Vallejo Rust Effects Dark Rust.

Vallejo Pigments: 73190 Dust and Dirt

Vallejo Model Colour Basic USA 70140

Micro Mark Balsa Stripper

Photo etch Bending Tool:

Tacky Glue PVA

ZAP CA Glue-Super Glue

Excel #11 Blades

Excel Hobby Knife K1

Craft mat

***************************************************************************** Equipment Used:

All footage taken on a Iphone XS

Ulanzi U Rig iphone Film making case.

Light weight Camera Tripod iSK AT100

USB Microphone Desktop Broadcasting Package

BOYA BY-M1 Lavalier Condenser Microphone

Arkon Mini Tripod for mobile phone

Yongnua YN300 Led Camera Lighting x2.

Neewer Heavy Duty Light Stand.

Rode Video Micro Shot Gun Microphone

Disclaimer: Some of these links go to one of my websites and some are affiliate links where I'll earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you. *****************************************************************************

Feeback: I would love to hear from any modellers about their modelling ideas, in-particular using Traincontrol software, Craftsman Kits and General Model Railroading. Either email me, comment below or facebook/instagram me. I look forward in seeing you next time. In the next video we will look at adding the detail parts to this model.

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