Ground Cover

A complete assortment of various ground covers, foliage, colors and textures that coordinate perfectly. Mix, match and blend with complete assurance that your finished model will look natural and realistic. Use for any scale.
Landscape Accents Add flowers, fruit, stumps and dead fall details to your project.
Fine Turf Adds texture and highlights to trees, grasses, foliage and other ground covers and for modeling fresh, schorched and dying grasses, moss, weeds and dirt roads.
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Blended Turf Use as a base covering over terrain pigment to model grass, weeds and other low growing plants.
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Coarse Turf Model low lying vegetation, add texture and highlights and use to transition between low, medium and high ground covers.
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Field Grass An extremely fine, natural hair product that models tall grass, field grass and weeds.
Static Grass Flock Use to model model grass, weeds and forest litter.
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Underbrush Models low-to-medium ground cover, such as bushes, trees and shrubs, and to make small to medium trees.
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Bushes Models medium to high ground cover, such as bushes, hedges shrubs and trees, and is the perfect product to make medium to large trees.
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Clump-Foliage Mix and match with other foliage to model medium to model large ground covers, create variation in trees, shrubs, hedges, bushes and landscape hillsides.
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Foliage Clusters Break into any size to model bushes, hedges, shrubs and trees or high ground cover.
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Fine-Leaf Foliage Use the fine leaf detail to model bushes, saplings, shrubs, hedges and trees.
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Lichen Use Lichen to model bushes, moss and other ground cover, or as tree foliage to model quick and economical tree masses.
Foliage Use to make tree foliage, vines, weeds, bushes, hedges and other low growing lacy foliage.
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Poly Fiber Use to create vines, undergrowth and other rambling vegetation.
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Soft Flake Snow Use to model light snow, heavy drifts or to create frothy, river rapids.
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Talus Model talus (rock debris) wherever you create rock faces, outcroppings and or road cuts.
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Ballast and Coal Use Ballast and Coal for any scale to model realistic railroad track, gravel roads, crushed rock and stones, hopper loads and coal piles.
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