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King Tiger on mud track by Hyeung-Tae

January 28 2003 at 10:08 PM
Yeo WK  (no login)
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Hi Hyeung-tae, if you see this thread, please do give me some pointers. I think you have done a very nice Dio for the King Tiger. a) How did you do the mud (plaster?) and the color you used. b) I noticed that your trees had some very fine foliage on it, is that done by sticking spices onto the leaves? Pls advise. Thks

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Noh Yeong, Park
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I'm not Hyeung tae, Kim.. But,

January 31 2003, 10:26 PM 

Hi, there
I'm not Hyeung tae, Kim. But I know him because his military model club is connected very closely to me. A few years ago, I discussed with him on this diorama at the annual exhibition. Yes, he used plaster for the wet mud. He made treads before "the mud" dried. And as long as I know, he used very dark brown color (almost close to black!). And I heard that he used dry flowers for the trees. He and I belong to different military model club each other in Seoul.

Hope this helps,

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Thank you

February 1 2003, 8:21 PM 

Greetings! Thks for the tip Noh Yeong...dried flowers for trees...is it the kind of ferns that are used for weddings? (as featured in digital dios).

Happy Lunar New Year too!!

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