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Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by stuffit44, May 26, 2015.

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  2. WW

    WW New Member

    Now that is good looking lichen! Can I ask for you to share your methods of making it? Please!

  3. those are just pictures I took of a tree behind the house, you have to engage Mike Vernelson to see hows its done, he is the master
  4. idbatman

    idbatman Active Member


    All Things Preserved Lichen and moss powders .
  5. txoutdoors

    txoutdoors Active Member

  6. boarhunter67

    boarhunter67 Well-Known Member

    Looks good.
  7. Looking good Jay, will be working on some tonight,,,
  8. idbatman

    idbatman Active Member

    thanks Bryan... FYI Super Glue although clear turns white over time and light exposure . Try using a thick tempra paint paste the color of you lichens .

    BEAVERS New Member

    That's awesome. Looks great
  10. Master no, Mad scientist perhaps! when it comes to lichen and such a simple breakdown of shape and texture i.e. binders and fillers. In plain terms mix a ton of different crap with different things to bind it together and see what you like best. With lichen texture and cluster arrangement is most important. color is last and easiest. Saved those excellent reference pics if thats alright thanks!
  11. By the way idbatman, that looks like a stunning mount. Would love to see the whole thing!
  12. here's a couple new pics,

    and a close up of the cool stuff going on in there..
  13. Clew

    Clew Help a child, Build our future

    York, SC
    dale manning has a cool tutorial on this
    He makes the best ever seen
    uses the model railroad powders for grass