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Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by mvernelson, Jun 1, 2007.
Mike! Fantastic Job! I, too am looking forward to you sharing your techniique in Breakthrough.
Very beautiful detail in your tree.
Looks very real and alive.
Thanks for sharing.
very very nice! it looks real.
THAT IS THE BEST LOOKING ARTI. TREE I HAVE EVER SEEN
i can't wait for the step by step in Breakthrough - it looks Great !!
cant wait either
That is so real looking. Its just amazing! I really look forward to your tree article in Breakthrough.
dont bother with the leopard mate i could look at that all day
Another question (sure will be answered in breakthrough) but what did you use for the roots? They are also really cool (along with the bark, leaves, color, etc.). I like how they wrap over each other. Looks so freakin' real. Awesome.
Saw a tree that looked very close to your's ! I believe it was growing somewhere in Tanzania !You guy's never cease to amaze me! Cant wait to read your articles
very nice! i need to build one ( pine ) for a bear diorama. one bear lying in tree, another sitting looking up. any suggestions or how to's. where can i get info on this. this will be my first attempt. that is a very nice looking tree. dale
Holy S*$%, My Breakthrough subscription just ran out a few months ago. I have got to renew and see this article. That is absolutely awesome how much epoxy would go into that? Has anyone ever tried that powdered bark that you use the hand held mold on. I bought some with the mold at the world show once but never tried it. Are the results anything like this tree? I know this is an older post but I just ran across it, and it merits a bump
Yeah, I can't lie. If I saw that tree somewhere, I would water it..... That thing is awesome....!