[tutorial] Scouring Pad Tree

Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks' started by ZorzSERBIA, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. ZorzSERBIA

    ZorzSERBIA New Member

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    There are several possible approaches to replicating a realistically TREE!!!

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    Here is a Scouring Pad Tree TUTORIAL
  2. jflessne

    jflessne Member

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    Great idea. What would you estimate the cost of the project to be?? Curious.
  3. MasonJar

    MasonJar It's not rocket surgery

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    Depends on the value of the coin you stick it to... ;) :D

    Neat tutorial - thanks! And welcome to The Gauge!

    Andrew
  4. ZorzSERBIA

    ZorzSERBIA New Member

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    Has anyone had success doing this?
    This is my try to make snow variant of trees
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  5. jesso

    jesso Member

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    The guys in my club do pretty much the same thing except they use swamp cooler pad and then dip them in a V8 can full of green paint.
  6. woodone

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    Jesso,
    There is a club there in St George? What scale? I am guessing N seeing that is what you are into.
  7. jesso

    jesso Member

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    Woodone:
    It is called Color Country Model RailRoad Club. It's web address is http://www.colorcountrytrains.org. We have members in N, HO, Proto 48, G and some do live steam.
  8. woodone

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    Jesso,
    That is cool ! Something to look forward to when I move.:thumb:
    Not working today? Seams like a quick reply to my question.
    BTW How many members to you guys have?
    Thanks for the web address , I will have a look
  9. jesso

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    The tree turns out great! Hope that you soon do a tutorial on that plowed field on your site. I am getting ready to do a corn field.