Yesterday I shared some work I'd done on a graveyard over the weekend, which I'm calling "The Garden of the Damned". This evening I did a little bit more to it, but with just a little work on some details I think it looks a lot better.
So what did I do?
1. Dry grass. A few tufts of dry grass effect, pushed into watered-down PVA glue. Simple but looks good! (In the example below, note that the glue isn't dry yet, but it will dry clear.)
|Tufts of dry grass added to the tomb.|
2. Horizontal rails added to the railings. The railings look a lot better and more authentic now compared to just having the posts. I haven't added rust to these yet, but they will blend in once I have.
|Cross pieces added to railings (foreground)|
|Freshly dug grave effect in front of headstone.|
|Earth effect in front of headstones adds some variation to the board.|
|Watered-down PVA glue before adding brown flock.|