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These are prepainted wood kits from Renaissance Miniatures.  I made them up as a gift for my husband, who is running a nautical campaign. 

 

The stiffened gauze fabric is supposed to look like a fish net.  I'm not sure how successful it was. 

 

The kits are pretty nice.  They are well-designed, fit together well and come apart into separate layers so you can place figures on different floors inside.

 

 

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The gauze is good; I'd just hem it up so it doesn't look so raggy along the edges. Beautiful work!

I did kind of like the ragged edge, though I guess active fishing net would be kept in pretty good shape.  I mentioned an alternative earlier, but on second shot, the gauze looks pretty good close up.  Might read better if it were more of a hemp or manila color.

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Maybe mix a little bit of "wrack" into the netting. Drying seaweed or something similar, as well as darkening it a tad so that it looks like ithe is still fresh from the sea. The fish have been removed, but the Nets are drying before being maintained and cleaned. My grandfather always dried out his nets before cleaning them...

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