After 8 weeks without internet, thanks to you big telecom bastards, I 'm back ( who said that...) Anyway, I didn't do nothing, I made these huge (27 inches) Douglas firs to go on the sawmill diorama. Still need more but a lot of time goes into these giants... . Yes, there is a dead one amongst them...
And I thought my trees were nice trees, You are going to have to explain how.
You are doing it again. Now you are out in the woods taking pictures of trees and claiming they are models. We are on to you but you keep trying to fool us.
Seriously though, there is a poem by Joyce Kilmer that ends with--- only God can make a tree. Apparently, Robert G. works his magic and so can he.
when you come to my house bring me dozen.....
The branches are not made in one session if that can put your minds at ease.
Confinement has a bright side...
I wouldn't eat elephants either, the ivory doesn't digest..
That "snag" tree is awesome.
I really like that subtle bend towards the sunlight created in the trunks of these trees. A feature I am thinking that can only be replicated by using twisted wire strands for the trunk.
Got me thinking monsieur!
Later, Dave S. Tucson, AZ
i'm pretty sure i'm not the only guy on here that wants to know....
treat me like i'm a nitwit....cuz when it comes to this stuff, i am.