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Sewing thred maybe? The thinest kind, mixed with some cotton. For the cotton just glue, wait for it to dry and pull it off, so it's gets kinda thin and not to weird looking.
Tomb Kings, Marines, Eldar
camo netting, you can get it at a hobby store in the WWII model areas, sometimes...
Weave in some other threads, maybe yarn, glue it on there, add in some fake foliage...
Get some gauze, may only need a single layer, and weave some thread into it to look like the danglies. Then you probably want to dye it or soak it in a thinned mixture of paint/ink and white glue. I've been told that tea works pretty well too, to give it that aged brown look. Drape over the figure as needed.
Highly recommend trying this out on a test miniature first.
Inundate your model with white glue and toss it into a bucket of static grass, but that may be a bit drastic.
No, I don't know how it'll turn out!
Time for an experiment if you ask me, but I won't be performing it anytime soon!
If the scouts are posed so they're already in position consider fabric patches of fake fur.
Or you could go with all over static grass.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
I did this for my snipers.
THey are only on step two but i can tell you how i'm planning on doing mine.
I got plastic screening, (for screen doors or windows) and cut to shape. Then, using superglue ( i'm using the pewter scouts, not the plastic ones) I glues the screen to the scouts, leaving the front partially open to show the paintjob and give a bit more than plopping them down and opponent going "you're fielding bushes?"
I made sure the gun barrels and part of their face was exposed, so you could see them as models.
THe sgt. I had him with the hood off, flopped backwards, (just flipped the top portion of the screen over his back and glued the screen to itself so it looks like a flattened hood.
That's where they sit right now.
I plan on using the holes in the screen itself to push small bits of twine and string in ( i unraveled a length of seweing thread, giving me some thin thin thin strands to use as your pic above brown yarn and green yarn)
THen do some spot touches with PVA glue and toss some flocking at them so it has random bits of grass clumps and what not.
thats how mine are done.
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
How to go about this really depends on the look you are going for
(some ideas) Ghillie Suits and Camouflage
You could get some Woodland scenics terrain material and glue it to ultra fine netting (or screening like Sho suggested)...or you could field bushes with guns sticking out lol
Good point about the gauze, iffy, I forgot that its practically the same thing as the camo netting, minus the dye.
My own snipers got guilliesuited up by me taking netting, gluing dirt to it all, and then grass on top of it, and then placing this blanket atop their prone bodies, leaving just a muzzle sticking out. If you look inside, you can see their heads, though admittedly, poorly painted. Eventually, I hope to do this with actual sniper models instead of modded infantry models, and make a more proper suit. Though honestly, it was hilarious the first time I fielded those guys; I kept on having people try to deploy on top of them, because they thought they were terrain!