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I'm considering putting some camo netting on one of my tanks, but all the examples of netting I've seen uses foliage and vegetation. Anyone have any idea what would be used in an urban setting?
you can use cheese cloth and spray it (light light coats) an appropriate color, like grey. Be sure to search scale model websites as they often do this kind of thing for model tank dioramas.
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You could also cut from paper or thin card lots of triangles about 1-2mm accross and paint them different greys, blues and white. Then scatter them accross the camo net with a little watered down PVA glue as a fixer.
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Can use gauze from bandages stretched slightly and then paint how you want
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