Weeds are an important part of having an authentic and creative model railroad layout. In this video, Allen Keller teaches you a fun technique for creating weeds for your model railroad scenery using fake fur. Fake fur is pretty easy to find at any craft store and usually is available in big sheets. Go through the process of creating weeds using fake fur with Allen. See what tools and other materials you need to make these weeds as realistic as possible. Learn how to paint the fur in different colors to transform the fur to appear as grass. Find out how brushing the fur with a cat brush makes a huge difference in the end result. Use these helpful tips today for creating weeds for your model railroad layout, and don’t forget to have some fun while doing it.
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