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So i had an idea to use Gause as camo netting for my IG tanks. Anyone tried this or have an idea of if will work.
I believe the fellow with the threadblog "All things imperial" uses stretched gauze and paper napkin squares in a green paper-mache mixture as his netting - but I have never tried it.
I used it for a piece of iron chef scenery. Although the scenery wasnt that good that gauze was pretty decent. Only down side to it, is it is VERY close knit. So not only would you not see the tank, might be hard for someone under it to see too, but thats just me
@ Deathula I agree that the normal gause is very close knit. I have found some that is rather loose knit. i used it to make a sniper guile suit and it worked quite well. Hopefully i can get some pics and find the box for tje gause so i can get the same kind next time.
I would think that fine plastic mesh such as potato and onion bags might work better.