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I think that the difference between good and great is not always that big. Ultimately it comes down to planning and obtaining an overall look. Consistent (or is that inconsistent) weathering of the entire scene and the use of correct colouring are big factors.

It is interesting to look back in history and see the difference in materials that have been used for scenary. Coloured sawdust looks like coloured sawdust to me but static grass does look like grass. Some people swear by woodland scenics products, but IMHO some of the colourings are only suitable for US layouts.

British, European and US scenic accessory providers all have something to offer no matter what the prototype is that you are modelling. Who would have thought that great results are obtained by some research.
 
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