- Sticks & Twigs
- Clump Foliage
- Wood Glue
- Modge Podge
- Hobby/Pocket Knife.
- Sandpaper or Sandblock
First take your yardsticks and cut them down to your desired length, I use 12" as my base length, and the supplement them with smaller lengths. Then you take your pocket knife and shave down the edges to give the base a bevel. Sand down the sides to make them smooth.
Now go outside, and gather up a bunch of twigs, and smaller sticks. These will make up the bank of the hedgerow.
Take these sticks and glue them to the yard stick, If you want you can also add dowels or bamboo skewers to support the foliage; make sure you do this before you put the sticks on. break up the sticks and glue them in place to build up your bank. You can also add in Tree Armatures to insert some trees into your hedges.
Once you have the sticks in place, get your Modge Podge and a large brush and paint it on to the branches. Pour sand over it and let dry. Once the first layer is dried, then you're going to add more layers untill you are satisfied with the look. I personally used three layers of Modge Podge and sand. The sand will most likely drip off the side of the base, just take your knife or sandpaper and clean up the sides when it's dry.
When it's all dry, Prime it with your favorite primer. I used Army Painter Black Primer.
Paint your base with a brown. I personally like P3 Battlefield Brown. If you want you can also dry brush it with a lighter shade, I would recommend P3 Bootstrap Leather.
Now you can take your super glue and start glueing your foliage to the base. I used Woodland Scenics, Foliage Clusters, because they are bigger than standard Clump Foliage.
Once you have your hedges finished up. you can flock and put static grass on the base. And there you have it a set nice looking hedgerows.
*In my opinion