Just adding some sandals to the blog 🙂
I just started some fantastic EIR romans from Aventine. I’m slowly building an army for Hail Caesar but with the posibility to use individual figures for the excellent Saga rules.
The basing was done with the popular Silflor tufts (summer and early fall) and the new Silflor static grass (early fall).
The grass is fantastic, is 2mm long and is a mixture of green and beige fibers which in my opinion looks more natural than the mixtures with red fibers ( the typical one from GW or Army Painter). I discovered it by chance in my local model train shop.
For applying it I used the Noch puffer bottle. Very cheap and excellent results. Silflor is sold under the brand Mininatur in Germany
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