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Thicket

Postby nevinsrip » Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:07 pm

I've developed a new technique that I use for making dense brambles, or thicket, as it's called in America. It's not really anything new, but a hybrid of different well known methods for making terrain. I just combined them to fit my particular need.

I've been asked to write a tutorial on how to do this for a magazine, so I'll just show some examples of the work.
I'll publish a draft of the article on here later, but if you can't wait then PM me here and I'll explain how it's done.

These are just rudimentary pieces that have yet to be trimmed, teased or planted.
The final picture shows the unpainted armatures.

These will be terrific for the War in the South, as many, many battles were fought in the woods or on the edges of them. They will be bunched up
Once I tart these up a bit, they will look the bomb when planted! Whaddya think?

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Re: Thicket

Postby Etranger » Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:39 am

A very handy tutorial with a great looking result.

Brambles are a subtype of thicket in the UK, usually with abundant thorns in my experience!
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Re: Thicket

Postby Kreoseus » Sat Jun 30, 2018 11:24 am

Very nice !
I need your clothes, your boots and your unicycle...
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