Painting Moss (Seeking Advice)
I am currently working on a 7 gallon nano. I am giving the dry start method a go, and so far it has been working fairly well. I have a nice carpet of monte carlo and cuba. But now I want to build a manzanita driftwood tree with some moss. My first attempt I made a foam canopy and super glued some pieces to it. After 1 month, i'm not really happy with it, and have decided I want to grow the moss on the actual wood. I would like to try the blended moss / painting technique and am looking for some suggestions / tips. First of all I did this when I was a kid on concrete walls of my school, and we would use butter milk and elmers glue in the mixture. Now obviously i'm not very interested in sticking elmer's glue in my tank, but what about butter milk? Does someone else have a better technique?
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