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 Posted: Fri Dec 9th, 2011 07:50 am
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This is showing the third type of tree I am involved in making/modifying

the toy train set plastic tree



from another one, cut off some branches & glued to another, coats of light & dark grey &  dark brown  paints gives this



the base will get buried in the ground - a hole cut in the cork!

Tomorrow, the start of greenery growing !



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With hair spray, PVA, clear contact & a final overspray of matt varnish




to be imbedded in the ground




because of its location, it has been lopped many times.



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Mmmm.  Pretty close.  Spray the trunk with Testor's Dull Cote and sprinkle some yellow Fine Turf on the foliage for new growth and you're done.   :thumbs

P.S.  I'm a bit worried about the top branch in the first photo.  What kind of fruit tree IS that?   :shock:



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A salt shaker tree.



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