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So Having Nothing Scaped has been Bugging me of Late. So On Monday I set this Tiny Whiskey Tumbler Up. Sadly No Setup pix, as I forgot to take any.

The Idea of this is Based on an old Landslide that has regrown. All the bolders are at the base of the maountain and Slowly Mosses have covered the Bare Earth Exposed by the Slide.
I then took Shavings off off, a Peice of Wood to represent fallen trees.

Substrate is Pulverived Slate and Then Shatted Slate on Top. And The Cracked Slate for the Hardcape and Moss Carpet.




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Nice work.
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Looks nice. I would be afraid of losing it on my desk.

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Very interesting. That must have taken a TON of patience and a small set of tweezers.
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Looks really cool.
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Thanks, Yes very very frustrating to scape. took alot longer to do because of the small amount of space and using tweezers. was using a pippette to add water so not to disturb the powdered slate.


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