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Should i add some fake grass? i'm 50/50 on the idea

If it's dead grass then I vote yes. If it's too green though, it might distract from the piece (which looks awesome!)

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I really like this Conversation Siri, I may have to copy you one day!

 

 

Should i add some fake grass? i'm 50/50 on the idea

 

I think so, dry brush the top of it a dull yellow to make it looks like its dying/dead. I think it would add some depth.

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Very nice.  I vote yes.  Use dead buffalo grass, just a few tufts here and there would really be awesome.  I'd also consider bumping the highlights on the pumpkins another notch.

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Very nice.  I vote yes.  Use dead buffalo grass, just a few tufts here and there would really be awesome.  I'd also consider bumping the highlights on the pumpkins another notch.

 

noted, thank you!

 

i think it's fitting, i made this guy at last year's RAC in a class XD now i'm bringing him for this year's painting contest

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I've been adding a variety of grass to him and his base, as well as spirnkling some tea grindings on the base too. Will take updated photos tomorrow

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Awesome work!

 

Be sparse with the tufts, less is more here, IMHO.

Can you maybe add some vines and leaves for the pumpkins?

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George

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