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The woodlands scenic sheet appears to be expanded polystyrene foam, the green stuff world rollers work better on extruded polystyrene foam, such as you would get in sheets at home depot for a lot less than woodland scenic.
I really actually love both of these figures a lot, even if I'm not so happy any more with the paint jobs. They are both from Ral Partha, their TSR D & D license, the female being one of their male and female player characters (gnomes thieves or rogues) and the male gnome from a set of five in their monster series.
I've got copies of both of these that I'd love to repaint someday, just haven't gotten around to them. I'm also still suffering my eternal gnome color palette dilemma, do I paint them like in the Monster Manual as wooden brown with white or whitish hair, or go more modern with normal flesh tones and funky hair colors?