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POLL: Life Expectancy for Scenic Materials?


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Personal logo Sgt Slag Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I switched to using colored sands, mixed with talus (small rocks), on my bases; I add some colored, shredded foam rubber, in place of lichen. None of this dries out, or rots. Looks good enough at arm's length. Cheers!


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
should last 10 years
38
29%
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should last 20 years
15
12%
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should last a lifetime
57
44%
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other (explain)
4
3%
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no opinion
15
12%
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POLL DESCRIPTION

Yesthatphil Inactive Member says:

A while back I started re-rebasing and refurbishing project on some Zulu Wars stuff.

It is ongoing.

Inevitably, the figures, paint and such are fine (if not up to the standard I will apply), but the flock and scenic scatter etc. is 'shot to pieces'… faded to a dull brown, dried out and perished.

I suspect when it was originally done, it might have been thought of as 'permanent'.

What do you think?… scenic stuff should be permanent?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.