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December 22 2001 at 9:58 AM
Justin Kaialoa  (no login)
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I'm making a diorama of a sherman driving through a field of tall grass. How would i make the grass appear as if it had just been driven over by the tank. I'm using woodland sences field grass. Any suggestions would be great.



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martyn hoare
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20 odd tonne tank wont sit on tall grass...

December 23 2001, 8:16 AM 

hi Justin,

is that the grass what is quite long and thin? For the long type I bunch it up, then brush my hand over the top to mess it up so it doesnt look like it has been seperated, also blends it all together. Then get your tank, place it right on top, there you have it, pretty simple, then take it off, and hopefully the grass wont spring back up, then get some hairspray or something fine and spray it over so it holds in place. Also the grass would probally get caught up in the suspension etc.

HTH, Martyn

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