How to use the Brother Scanncut for Modelling Vegetation
If you want to make easy vegetation, such as ferns, for your diorama or layout and you’re modelling in a larger scale then this is the technique for you – the Brother Scanncut machine.
It’s a little daunting at first but actually incredibly easy to get great results!
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- Brother Scanncut Machine (http://www.brother-usa.com/scanncut/)
- Brother Scanncut Canvas – a free web app (https://scanncutcanvas.brother.com/)
- Paper – I have tried:
- 160 gsm pastel paper (I used Daler Rowney but there are other brands) – it has bumps and is a bit thick (blade depth is 5)
- Ingres pastel paper (I used Daler Rowney but there are other brands) – again it has bumps but it is nice and thin (blade depth is 3)
- Copy paper (80 gsm) (blade depth is 5 when used with sticky back plastic)
- Sticky back plastic
- 00:16 Method
- 25:01 Final Result
- 25:41 Mini Kathys
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