Green Static Grass is a mixture of green, yellow, and red static grass that creates a realistic bright green grass. Green Static Grass is the start of most basing kits. The “standard” finished base is Green Static Grass on top of painted basing grit. It’s a good looking effect, and very easy to do.
Not all battles are fought on the green fields of summer. Gale Force Nine’s Parched Straw Static Grass Blend gives you an option to represent dry, cold, or arid climates. This golden static grass is blended with a dash of tan flock and fine mustard flock, for a basing material that has great texture and color. Parched Straw Blend is terrific for represented autumn fields, beachfront scrub grasses, or drought scorched farmland.
Winter/Dead Static Grass is a mixture of colors that realistically represents dead, dying, or dried out grass. Winter / Dead Static Grass is a great option for armies that are dead or dying themselves! If you want your bases to look great, but not draw too much attention away from your models, the subtle colors of Winter / Dead Static grass are a great option. Winter / Dead static grass also works for urban weeds, swamp grasses or winter ground cover.
The grass isn’t always greener on the other side… Gale Force Nine’s Arid Static Grass is perfect of all those dead, dried out, war-torn places where battles are so often fought. Deserts, scrub lands, and abandoned urban lots all look great with a few patches of yellowed, dried out grass. You can also use Arid Static Grass alongside autumn foliage for great early winter bases, snow for winter scenics, or green foliage for early spring bases.
The deep rich colors of Dark Green Static Grass serve as a perfect accent for armies based in ancient forests or dense jungles. You wouldn’t paint a model with one color of paint – why only use one color of static grass? Try adding clumps of Dark Green Static Grass alongside light green static grass for a darker, lusher, more realistic effect.