Saturday, January 21, 2017

Video tutorial: Make a diorama Static Grass Applicator for under 10 dollars

You don't want to have to spend big money to effectively apply static grass to your dioramas.

Static grass is essential in many dioramas, but it's very hard to make it stand upright without an applicator, and many commercially-available applicators are very expensive. In this video I'll show you how to make your own for under ten bucks.

All you'll need is an electric bug-swatter, a small sieve, and a nail. That's it!  I've even added links below to purchase these from Amazon - it doesn't get any easier than this.

I promise you don't need to have previous experience wiring electrical items.

Watch the video and tell me this isn't the easiest solution out there.

(Oh, also, keep an eye out for the dramatic moment at 10:53 !)



I found the cheapest bug zapper available on Amazon for you.  As for the sieve, I reckon you could get one at your local dollar store for under $2, but in case you can't, here's one on Amazon as well so you can get it all in one parcel (although technically it comes in at juuust over 10 bucks - you'll have to supply your own nail)


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