Tall Forest Pine Trees RESTORATION - ANTIQUE ART DECO VANITY/DESK 4 months ago   07:44

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Luke Towan
Pine trees are found all over the world which makes them a great tree to model on any model railroad or model diorama.

In this tutorial I’ll show you a simple yet very realistic way of making pine trees that you might see walking through a dense forest, with long trunks and lush dark green canopies these trees will look fantastic no matter where you plant them on your layout.

The trees in this video are made to HO scale however the technique as with nearly all of my other tutorials applies easily to any other scale.

For more information and a list of materials go and check out http://www.bouldercreekrailroad.com and you’ll find all the additional information there as well as many other articles and videos.

Finally if you’re really enjoying these videos be sure to consider supporting me with a small donation on "Patreon"
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every little bit helps me bring these tutorials to you not to mention it really motivates me to do the best videos I can.

Cheers
Luke Towan

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Comments 535 Comments

Abdullah koc
Kardeşim BOK gibi olmuş eline sağlık
dafa fun game
Kaya beneran
t34 fan
Perfection
Gort Newton
A paper guillotine is much better than scissors. One chop makes the cut. I have one here. Paid AUD$28 use it for paper, card, 8 way, 16 and 20, 40 flat ribbon cables, PCBs (phenolic board only, not fiberglass) and piles of other things. At 6:00 wow! Looks like a real trunk!
Allan Leslie Neri
Awesome
Xiquiripat Uxmal
Fantastic I fell in love with this method with coconut fiber very good tutorial thanks for sharing it 👍👏👏👏
dkn lendo
What powder(brown n green)are used in trees?
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Excellent looking trees, great advice
Nur Sevim ÇETİNER
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Julian Cardillo
We’re do you get the coconut fiber please answer
vijay bhaskar
I love the simplicity of the idea. I couldn't find the basket liner or coconut fibre so I used a dish washer scrub instead. It was quite difficult to pull them apart to create layers, so I soaked the scrub in water and when it softened, got to work!
Rebecca Boyarhi
Wow what a great job!!
robert tufo
you are a genius
Manoj Vamsi
List of material used please
D eSIGN65
Hi Luke, great trees, I really going to make them, but for what scale did you make them? I will have to make O scale trees. you used a 10mm balsa trunk, that's about a 50-60ft tree.
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I want to support you
andre maggiori
SUPER SUPER …
Christian Luneborg
What a girly hands
fuzzy
Awesome method, would never have thought of it.
Zackary Swift
I’d love to see a wasteland diorama with these trees before the green. But they look amazing finished!
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RESTORATION - ANTIQUE ART DECO VANITY/DESK Tall Forest Pine Trees 4 months ago   14:19

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I FOUND THIS LITTLE ART DECO VANITY WITH A CLOCK AT A YARD SALE . IT WAS A FREEBIE !! . THIS WAS IN EPISODE 17.1 OF THE PICKING VIDEOS. LET'S GET IT IN THE SHOP AND RESTORE IT !





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