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Juice bottle top terrain trial.

Discussion in 'Scenery' started by colbrook, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. colbrook

    colbrook Black Fryer

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    Some experiments using locally available materials.

    A proof of concept, plastic trees from a local book/hobby store in a planter made from the top of an orange juice bottle filled with sand/PVA mix.

    To the left is a large barrel/container made from two Tropicana tops.

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  2. Del S

    Del S Nomadball

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    It's great the kind of terrain people can make from simple leftovers and everyday items. Us wargamers have been recycling before it was cool :D

    Also, that's a big barrel of Tropicana
     
  3. colbrook

    colbrook Black Fryer

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    I may cover over the logo with paper before I paint it.

    I might not though, if Coca-Cola can survive in USAriadna there might have been some Floridians determined to keep Tropicana going too.
     
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  4. Balewolf

    Balewolf It's all opinion

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    My friend gave me about 100 of these. Now I know what to do.
     
  5. Golem2God

    Golem2God Just a Kooky Kumotail serving others.

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    At last someone else who uses "junk" to create art. I'm in the process of doing something similar with plastic pieces that people throw away without a second thought.