Scratch built Willow trees | The importance of Experimenting

I found a stem armature that looked like a tree. But was a wee bit too big to be anything other than a willow tree.

A week later I am working on the honey do list and find that hot chilly pepper roots look just like branches of a tree.

Some paint, craft glue, and various ground cover junk. And I do mean junk, a tree is born.

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Ron Pare

I am Just another Scale Modeler. Not special for any reason other than trying to share my craft and teaching you what I know, from building models and even a few layouts over the last 10 years (2017). A custom builder, I build passionately for a wide range of clients and organizations.

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