Unique and cheap thematic flocks
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Flock:

Hey, my name's Tom, and I'm trying to set up a business called Go to Ground Wargaming.

The products I'd like to showcase in this thread are our unique flocks.
Our grass-flocks are made by mixing FIVE different colours of flock, creating blends such as Autumn, Summer, Spring and Lush Grass (pictures below), and are cheap for the price compared to online competitors, who normally just sell boring pastel-green colours.

We sell these in bags of 20g for £1.29, or in bags of 100g for £4.89.

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Our Gravel flocks are quite interesting too, always combining varying sizes and colours of sands and stones to create realistic and dynamic blends, some of which are exclusive to our product range such as the Mars Sand and Forgotten World's flocks. (See below).

We sell these in bags of 100g for £1.49.
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All flocks can be sold in bulk for the purposes of basing scenery/boards etc; just send us a message with your request.

To order, give us a Like and send us a message at: https://www.facebook.com/go2gwargaming
We ship to the UK and Europe.

Thanks for looking. I'm not only looking to advertise here; if you have any comments or feedback on these products, I'd be delighted to engage in conversation.
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Some of these look pretty cool!

A suggestion, though - rather than showing the bag and sample next to an unbased mini (which I understand you are doing for scale), a more effective photo would be to show a mini based in the style of flock you're advertising. The Autumn Flock and Mars Sand for instance look pretty neat, but I would want to see what they look like actually on a mini's base before I sprung for one.
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(04-22-2015, 01:19 PM)Munin Wrote: Some of these look pretty cool!

A suggestion, though - rather than showing the bag and sample next to an unbased mini (which I understand you are doing for scale), a more effective photo would be to show a mini based in the style of flock you're advertising. The Autumn Flock and Mars Sand for instance look pretty neat, but I would want to see what they look like actually on a mini's base before I sprung for one.

 Cheers. I do have more photos up on my Facebook store (just updated this after realising it's not the case. Thanks for the pointer!) and eBay, but I didn't want to clog this post is all.

Here are the ones you requested, I can post more too if you'd like:
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No, I mean showcase photos of full minis with completely finished bases using the particular flocking materials. If you want to advertise a product for sale, you are absolutely going to need well-done photos of the material "in action" so to speak.
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(04-23-2015, 09:49 AM)Munin Wrote: No, I mean showcase photos of full minis with completely finished bases using the particular flocking materials. If you want to advertise a product for sale, you are absolutely going to need well-done photos of the material "in action" so to speak.

 Ah okay. I have a few unflocked models I can get on with doing that with. Thanks for the advice.
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(04-23-2015, 12:40 PM)Go2Ground Wrote:
(04-23-2015, 09:49 AM)Munin Wrote: No, I mean showcase photos of full minis with completely finished bases using the particular flocking materials. If you want to advertise a product for sale, you are absolutely going to need well-done photos of the material "in action" so to speak.

 Ah okay. I have a few unflocked models I can get on with doing that with. Thanks for the advice.

I'm liking the look of these unique blends... I can imagine some of them on the bases of my xenos.... lol I look forward to seeing more Smile
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