East Grinstead 16/17 March 2013

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Reply Terry Tew
4:34 PM on April 4, 2013 
Thanks for the kind words.
The dark colour running up the left hand wall is a product sold as 'dark ivy'. The main low level lighter green is the stuff designed to tease apart for making trees. The bushes in the middle and top right came in a packet pretty much as it looks. There are also a couple of 'tufts' mixed in the scene here and there.
All these products were picked up at fairs and exhibitions. They are not generally from big name suppliers but from smaller companies or even cottage industries. I just keep a look out for anything that looks good and save it for the future.
I did take lots of photos of areas adjoining bridges in and around London and tried to replicate this.
Take a look at the news/exhibition page and see if I'm near you at any time. If so, drop by and introduce yourself.
Kind regards, Terry
Reply Richard
7:18 AM on March 30, 2013 
Wow, thescenery is amazing, the different textures to differentiate different plant species. How was this done/what variety of products were used? I'm currently thinking of how best to replicate brambles
Thanks
Richard

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