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The AABB tree is the default/recommnded

Mostly geometry.
, we discussed collision detection in general and surveyed some techniques for narrow phase collision detection.
In this article we will go into more detail on broad phase collision detection for.
This was a big problem in the 1970’s and early 1980’s in , which resulted in many efficient algorithms and data structures being developed around that period.
Here we survey some approaches to this problem and review a few theoretical results.
A box is a of , so if we want to represent a d-dimensional box, it is enough to represent a tuple of d 1-dimensional intervals.
There are at least two ways to do this: function sweepIntervals(intervals) { var events = [], result = [], active = [] intervals.forEach(function(interval, id) { events.push( { t: interval[0], id: id, create: 1 }, { t: interval[1], id: id, create: 0 }) }) events.sort(function(a, b) { return a.t – b.t || b.create – a.create }) events.forEach(function(ev) { if(ev.create) { active.forEach(function(id) { result.push([ev.id, id]) }) active.push(ev.id) } else active.splice(active.indexOf(ev.id), 1) }) return result } //Assume each box is represented by a list of d intervals //Each interval is of the form [lo,hi] function sweepAndPrune(boxes) { return sweepIntervals(boxes.map(function(box) { return box[0] }).filter(function(pair) { var A = boxes[pair[0]], B = boxes[pair[1]] for(var i=1; iHoey (1976) “” FoCS In the case of rectangles in the plane

one can store the active set in an (more on this later),.
If we just store the active set as an array, then this technique is known as sweep-and-prune collision detection.

Which is widely used in packages like I-COLLIDE

J.
Cohen, M.
Lin, D.
Manocha, M.
Ponamgi.

(1995) “” Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics W

Franklin (1989) “” Proceedings of Auto-Carto //Same convention as above

boxes are list of d intervals // H is the side length for the grid function gridIntersect2D(boxes, H) { var grid = {}, result = [], x = [0,0] boxes.forEach(function(b, id) { for(x[0]=Math.floor(b[0][0]/H); x[0]<=Math.ceil(b[0][1]/H); ++x[0]) for(x[1]=Math.floor(b[1][0]/H); x[1]<=Math.ceil(b[1][1]/H); ++x[1]) { var list = grid[x] if(list) { list.forEach(function(otherId) { var a = boxes[otherId] for(var i=0; i<2; ++i) { var s = Math.max(a[i][0], b[i][0]), t = Math.min(a[i][1], b[i][1]) if(t < s || Math.floor(s/H) !== x[i]) return } result.push([id, otherId]) }) list.push(id) } else grid[x] = [id] } }) return result } Size variation:  If the side lengths of the boxes have enormous variability, then we can’t pick just one grid size. Hierarchical grids or are a possible solution here, though it remains difficult to tune parameters like the number of levels. After grids, the second most widely recommended approach to collision detection are partition based tree data structures. Sometimes called “,” partition based data structures recursively split space into smaller regions using trees. Objects are iteratively tested against these trees, and then inserted into the resulting data structure. Function bvhIntersect(boxes) { var tree = createEmptyTree(), result = [] boxes.forEach(function(box, id) { bvhQuery(tree, box).forEach(function(otherBox) { result.push([box, otherBox]) }) bvhInsert(tree, box) }) return result } function bvhQuery(node, box) { if(!node.bounds.intersects(box)) return [] if(isLeaf(node)) return [ node.item ] return node.children.reduce(function(child, result) { return result.concat(bvhQuery(child, box)) }, .

[]) } :  Axis aligned hyperplane

(aka AABB trees, box-trees): Axis aligned boxes.
: Oriented boxes/slabs.
: Balls.
: Hyperplanes.
H.
Samet.
(2006) ““ In the case of all the aforementioned trees these conditions hold.
Furthermore, let us assume that insertion into the tree is “cheap”, that is at most  time; then the total complexity of bvhIntersect is in the worst case, B.
Chazelle.

(1990) “” Journal of the ACM B

Chazelle.

(1988) “” SIAM Journal of Computing Finally

let us look at one particular type of bounding volume hierarchy in detail; specifically the.
Originally invented by Guttmann, R-trees have become widely used in GIS databases due to their low storage overhead and ease of implementation, A.
Guttmann, (1984) “” SIGMOD P.
K.
Agarwal, M de Berg, J.
Gudmundsson, M.
Hammar, H.
J.
Haverkort.
(2002) “” Discrete & Computational Geometry So far none of the approaches we’ve seen have managed to break the barrier in the worst case (with the exception of 1D interval sweeping and a brief digression into Shamos & Hoey’s algorithm).
To the best of my knowledge, all efficient approaches to this problem make some essential use of.

Range trees were invented by Bentley in 1979

and they solve the orthogonal range query problem for points in time using space  (these results can be improved somewhat using and other more sophisticated techniques).
The first application of range tree like ideas to rectangle intersections was done by Bentley and Wood, J.
Bentley, D.
Wood.

(1980) “” IEEE Transactions on Computers In this paper they

introduced the concept of a , which solves the problem of interval stabbing queries.
One can improve the space complexity of their result in 2D using an instead, giving a algorithm for detecting rectangle intersections.
These results were generalized to higher dimensions and improved by Edelsbrunner in a series of papers, H.
Edelsbrunner.

(1983) “” International Journal of Computer Math H

Edelsbrunner.

(1983) “”  International Journal of Computer Math A

Zomorodian, H.
Edelsbrunner (2000) “” SoCG we will look at some actual performance data from real benchmarks for each of these approaches.
Stay tuned.
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January 18, 2015 at 9:50 pm Great article, thanks.
I would love to see you tie this back to the real world too – What algorithms do popular physics engines use these days (Bullet, Havok, etc).

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2015 at 9:52 pm I plan to cover some of this in the next part.
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Andrew January 19, 2015 at 9:49 am I know that bullet has at least an AABB tree and an 3d incremental sweep and prune.
The AABB tree is the default/recommnded.
When using the AABB tree, two trees are actually used; one for static objects and one for dynamic.
http://www.bulletphysics.org/mediawiki-1.5.8/index.php?title=Broadphase Reply jelle January 19, 2015 at 6:42 pm interesting post… AABB trees are often used for broadphase collision detection.
For the narrowphase, when working on meshes, the GJK [1] algorithm is often utilized.
I use collision detection for robotics applications and use the FCL [2] library.
Works great, and there’s no need to pre-process / partition meshes to a number of convex meshes.
[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert%E2%80%93Johnson%E2%80%93Keerthi_distance_algorithm [2] https://github.com/flexible-collision-library/fcl.
jonas29ach January 19, 2015 at 2:36 pm Really interesting article, thank you.
I have recently hacked together a 2d physics engine in javascript and did a very rough comparison between sweep & prune and uniform grid (hash and array backed) at least in my simple test case the sweep & prune was as fast as the grid based approaches while significantly lower in complexity and overhead.
It helps that at least in a side scrolling view objects are usually distributed nicely along one axis.
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harry January 23, 2015 at 5:05 am Code is not understandable without define what box is.
I cannot find out the meaning of those magic numbers like box[0][0] and box[1][0] Reply mikolalysenko January 23, 2015 at 1:48 pm I added some comments, hopefully this clears things up a bit.
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Clark November 7, 2015 at 1:28 am Thank you.
I KNEW I was going to have to deal with collision detection, but I had no idea how to really get away from the brute force method or what I believe is the broadphase now.
I am about to have a toke of box-intersect and see what happens ???? All the best.
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01:34:32 PM » Hi everyone

If you happen to have kids (or know someone who does) here”s a brand new free resource that I hope is helpful.
It”s a website for my video learning series, “Dune’s Island,” which aims to teach kids environmental stewardship in a really fun way through stories and characters.
Within the site you can freely access all the episodes, support documentaries and even tie-in curriculum (like vocabulary, math problems, writing prompts and more.) In the coming weeks, I’ll be expanding the site with all kinds of activities and more cool documentaries, so please be sure to bookmark it.
In the meantime, any and all feedback is welcome and very much appreciated.
Enjoy and stay safe.
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2020, 04:34:52 PM » If anyone happens to wonder what I get up to when I’m not creating music for everyone, I write and direct films that hopefully help kids (and grownups) learn important things.
Here’s a link to the page on my new site where you can freely access all of the “Dune’s Island” episodes.
I’ve enabled the download function on Vimeo so you don’t even have to be online to share it with your kiddos.https://www.dunesisland.org/episodesEnjoy…and please feel free to share with anyone who might find it useful.
Stay safe and healthy.
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« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2020, 09:45:57 AM » I had always intended “Dune”s Island” to be an immersive learning world.
The idea was to produce films that teachers and home educators could actually pull lessons from to share with their students.
After completing the episodes, a team of science teachers went through the films and created curriculum for grades K-5 that ties into the episodes.
Here”s a link to it: https://www.dunesisland.org/curriculumPlease feel free to share it.
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« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2020, 02:02:55 AM » Here’s our page where you can access all of the episodes.
I think it looks pretty good for a community project.
Please help us share it with the world.

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« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2020, 06:37:14 PM » If you”ve been following my music sharing thread over the years, you know that I”m not one to toot my own whistle, but I”ve been getting some very positive feedback about “Dune”s Island” from parents and teachers so I included a “Praise for Dune”s Island” page on the site.
Given the current environmental situation, I believe that this is a very important project.
Getting the word out about it is a massive challenge, though.
especially since it has no advertising budget.

If you think “Dune”s Island” might be helpful to someone you know

please share it with them.
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12:38:24 PM » Here”s Episode 1 of my free learning series

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Binnacle sends Dune and friends to the inlet to try to spot Buster

an endangered sea turtle whose tracking device is faltering.
For ages 7-12.
Please share with family, friends and teachers.

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« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2020, 08:43:31 PM » Here’s a short clip from one of our episodes: “Pelican Problems.” https://vimeo.com/450488297All of the episodes are free to watch and even download to your computers so you don’t have to be online to use them.
You”ll find them here:I sincerely hope they are helpful to you and your families.
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All Things Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff For the Family Guy Addict in All of Us.
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Family Guy Quest for THIS Stuff.
So the name of the game is Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, what stuff might you be after.
Here’s a list of the stuff (materials) you’re required to collect in the game to unlock more stuff.
This list is based on the BETA testing done on the game, so it will be a complete work in progress.
You’ll see that not every item has an “Earned By” yet and that’s because this is the list from testing and not everything has been earned (or been needed just yet) but as soon as we uncover just how it’s earned we’ll update this list.
Click on the links below to find out more about the stuff & how it’s earned: Guaranteed Stuff Earned (if needed) every time you complete the listed action.
Includes: Vaseline, Burger, Fireworks, Tissues & Panties Common Stuff  Stuff that’s easy to earn but not guaranteed every time.
Includes: Fish, Dirty Socks, Mustache comb, Antacids, Blueprints, Oregano, Hot Dogs, Baby Powder, Coupons, Sparkles, Butt Scratcher, Feather, Balloons, Coffee, Baseball Bat, Fire, Varnish, lemon Salute, Mustache Cream, Pawtucket Ale, Leather, Gloves, Metal Detector & Adrenaline.
Uncommon Stuff Stuff that’s a little harder to earn.
Includes: Windux, Hey Cat Keychain, Dry Martini, Fabric Scraps, Handcuffs, Sword, Fuzzy Slippers, Toad, Bone, Boots, Mirror, Apron, Wood,  Tattoo Ink, CD, Vicogin, Hairspray, Pin Ups, Exotic Extract, Sugar Packet, Hawaiian Shirt, Glass of Wine, Nightstick & Sombrero.
Rare Stuff Stuff that’s even harder to earn.
Includes: Jewels, Carrots, Exorbitant Hat, Blue Glass, Robe, Ship in a Bottle, Guns, Subpoenas, First Editions, Lipstick, Heavy Metal, Pair of Skechies, Flower, Bag O’ Collagen, PB&J Sandwich, Dulcet Tones, Gerbil, Treasure Map, Meat Chunks, Satchel, Pink Champagne, Golden Pants, Banana Peel, Popsicle & Fancy Pants.
Extra Rare Stuff Stuff that’s really hard to get.
Includes:  Eyeshadow, Poncy Hat, Maracas, Plutonium, Headband, Soap, Leather Gloves  & Gift Basket.  Epic Stuff Stuff that extremely difficult to earn.
Includes: Eyeball, Whip, Temporal Distortion,  Silver Scroll& Seashells.
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2020 at 7:04 pm | Reply Hello

I’m trying to retrieve the eye ball through Peter and Dr.
Hartman to clear anime Peter….
I have come short for several days.
Am I missing something here.
Thanks:) Like RussianTigger | June 1.

2020 at 9:25 am | Reply It’s an ultra rare drop

just keep doing the task.
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vtheviperv | July 29, 2015 at 12:53 am | Reply has anyone had trouble getting adam west or tom tucker.
i have 3 kittens for adam west and one moustache cream for tom tucker left.
instead of extra rare… it should be epic.
Gosh Like | July 29, .

2015 at 1:04 am | Reply Those are District Characters

Meant to take time.
You’ll run into it for each District.
No worries.
Districts are here to stay.
No time limits.
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dizzblnd | July 2, 2015 at 8:28 am | Reply With the update I got this morning… any building that produces a mask, numchucks, etc, instead of the normal golden check mark, it shows a golden gift box.
I kinda like it ???? Like.
Pat | May 22, .

2015 at 1:23 pm | Reply Extra rare

Why would you make the eyeball so extra rare.
I need peter to do other things than the shoopty all day and night and still not get the eyeball.
In the last 2month’s Ive spent $175 on this game and Im sure the people who are getting my money do not care about my eyeball.
Just an eyeball.
Loosen up the wallet on the eyeballs.
Ive loosened up my bank account.
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2015 at 1:31 pm | Reply Welcome to the life of Family Guy

The Headbands, Eyeballs, Plutonium, etc.
Each District seems to have that one item that made us pull our hair out.
Lol.
Eyeballs, like I told a few others… I was ready to pop out my own eyeball to get one.
Lol.
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Mike | February 16, 2017 at 3:59 pm | Reply I trying to the eyeballs & rings too in the game Like.
Jen | April 13, 2015 at 3:44 pm | Reply I’ve been trying three weeks for the last eyeball still no luck Like | April 13, .

2015 at 3:54 pm | Reply Keep trying

We were all there at one time.
If Anything… send the doc on a short task and restart your device to refresh it, then try again.
Like Jacob | September 20, 2016 at 1:29 pm | Reply I’m still trying to get the anime Peter unlocked need 1 more eyeball Like RussianTigger | September 20, .

2016 at 1:35 pm | Reply Oh that was a tough costume to unlock

I still remember my relief when last eyeball dropped.
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GinaMarie Lockamy | March 26, 2015 at 4:07 pm | Reply I have been trying for 4 – 5 days STRAIGHT with Dr Hartman & Peter to get that last eyeball… without it, no Trisha Tasmania….
what the dice.
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Jack | March 10.

2015 at 1:47 pm | Reply I can’t get plutonium for Stewie

the gloves (or whatever it’s called) for falconer Peter, banana peeps for pbj time Brian or maracas for pbj time Brian Like | March 10, 2015 at 2:40 pm | Reply Are you asking a question.
Is there an issue.
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Published on August 29, 2016February 2.

2017 by For all you Sims 4 CC creators out there who use a Mac

no need to run Windows in Boot Camp or a VM anymore, Sims 4 Studio is now available for OS X El Capitan.
It is still in beta and doesn’t have the full functionality of the Windows version yet (so maybe don’t get rid of that Windows installation just yet) but it’s still what you’ve all been crying out for for so long.
Hopefully more features will be added in the future to bring it up to the same level as the Windows version.

There are apparently some new features not yet added to the Windows version though

which is pretty cool.
I’m not a CC creator so have no experience of using any CC tools but I’ve seen enough posts from Mac users wanting to be able to work in OS X rather than Windows.
You can find all the information and links over on their tumblr here – http://sims4studioofficial.tumblr.com/post/149009729571/introducing-sims-4-studio-for-mac-appleseed.
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I’ve tried every day on my email to get the activation key but it will not work and i can’t get the sims 4 studio without it.

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Summer in Berlin during Corona: Meeting other people

Summer in Berlin: Fun activities during Corona Summer in Berlin: Fun activities during Corona.
Berlin is a great city throughout the whole year but during the summer it gets just a little bit more awesome.
The people have a better mood, the parks are full and because of the Spree and many lakes there are plenty of great spots to go swimming.

If you get the chance to enjoy the summer in Berlin

make sure to try at least a few of the fun activities in this article.
All of them are corona-proof by the way.
Summer during Corona.
It’s been a weird year so far: Because of Corona the summer in Berlin started off slower than usual.
People were forced to stay home and the city was deserted for quite some time.
Lucky enough most limitations were loosened up a bit in June: You are allowed to meet up to 5 other people again, sport-courts are opening up and slowly more and more activities in Berlin are allowed again.
1.
Picknick in the park.

A great thing about Berlin is that you are allowed to drink in public

Many other capital-cities in Europe do not allow this and that’s a pretty big limitation when it comes to having a fun afternoon in the park.
During Corona you are not allowed to have a barbecue in the open but you can of course have a nice picknick with friends.
Just bring some nice tapas, drinks and chips and you will have a great time.
Keep these rules in mind though.
No summer in Berlin without a Barbeque (© Berlin-enjoy.com) Some of our favourite parks in Berlin are the Mauerpark, Volkspark Friedrichshain and Treptower Park.

Especially the last one is huge and directly connected to the water of the Spree

This enables you to combine this first activity with renting a raft on the spree (see below).
Summer in Berlin during Corona: Meeting other people.
The three most important rules for activities during corona are: You are allowed to meet up with one other household (independent of the amount of members).
You are allowed to meet up with 4 other people of other households.
Always keep 1,5 Meter distance to other people (outside of your own household).
2.
Chilling on the Spree.

It is obviously a great addition for a city like Berlin

that the Spree is floating straight through the city.
The nice terraces at the water, the beautiful sights and the chance to dive in when it gets very hot.
A small disadvantage of the summer in Berlin can be that it gets quite crowded at hotspots close to the water.
To solve this issue you can always decide to actually float on the water.
Renting a raft or a waterbike is fun and quite affordable too.

Rent a waterbike in Berlin (© Berlin-enjoy.com) Rent a waterbike or raft

Renting a waterbike is an activity you can do for just a few hours.
There are plenty of spots to rent a waterbike and one of the most local ones is Treptower Park.
Renting a waterbike for one hour costs 15€ which is a good price if you ask us.
If you want to be on the water the whole day you can also rent a raft.
Here you will pay about 100-150€ for a day but you can share the raft with several people.
The rafts are equipped with comfortable chairs and a barbecue so this is a great and relaxing activity for the summer in Berlin.
Info: Swimming in the Spree.
Most people say it is not a good idea to swim in the Spree.
The water is not very clean but so far I never had a problem.
I would not recommend to swallow the water but just swimming is done by quite a few people.

One thing to keep in mind is that the water gets dirtier if you go further west in Berlin

More waste will be added to the water after the city of Berlin (The stream is going west)

3.
Playing Beachvolleyball.
If you want to enjoy the summer and get some color at the same time, make sure you play some sports.
Due to Corona it was not allowed for many weeks but since the 15th of May many sports are allowed again.
Beachvolleyball is one of them and is one of the coolest sports during the summer.
It’s great that most people know how to play this sport at least a bit and afterwards you can drink a beer with your feet in the sand.
What else do you need to be happy in the summer.
Beachvolleyabal Berlin A great summer activity It should not come as a surprise that Berlin has plenty of beachvolleyball-courts to offer.
All over town you can find places which offer this activity with varying prices, courts and locations.
Obviously it is easy to choose one which is close to your home/hostel.
But you can also choose one with the best bar to have a drink afterwards.
If you want to compare the courts you can read about our five favourite beachvolleyball-courts in Berlin.
4.
Visit the beach.
In this article we already mentioned that you can go for a swim in the Spree but if you really want to enjoy some water you should visit the beach or a lake.

There are plenty of places to enjoy some water in the summer of Berlin

You could visit Badeschiff, although this is quite touristic already.
Therefore it might be a better idea to visit the Muggelsee or the Wannsee.
Enjoy the summer at the Wannsee (© Berlin-enjoy.com) The Wannsee can be reached very easily from stations like Alexanderplatz, Ostkreuz and Warschauer Straße.
Just take the S-Bahn which leads you directly to Wannsee.
From that station you can walk to the beach.
You have to pay 5 euro entrance but will have a great afternoon at the water.

Swimming is still one of the best things when it is a warm summer-day in Berlin

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By Steven Thomas on 4 Jul 2020 | Last Updated 6 Jun 2020 I’m already doing the

Adam got me interested in Burma

Chris and Jamie are talking about

So, inspired by Brett Simpson, I thought I’d make some Bamboo groves to extend my on-table jungle.
The end result.
I put a couple of bamboo groves next to a village.
You can see my Pagoda and rice paddies Bamboo-62 Bamboo groves around Burmese village Materials.
Plastic bamboo (6, 8 and 10 cm) Plastic aquarium plant mats Foam core (5mm thick) Sand Wood glue / PVA Paint The method.

Steps: Get some bamboo and aquarium plant mats from eBay

Cut up foam core for bases.
Glue sand to bases.
Paint sand.
Chop up clumps of vegetation.
Five holes.
Glue in bamboo and vegetation.
Leave to dry.
1.

Get some bamboo and aquarium plant mats from eBay

For bamboo I went with “10/20Pcs Plastic Model Bamboo Trees Rainforest Scenery Diorama 6-15cm” and selected three sets with different heights.
Brett recommended “about 9 cm” so I got 10 x 10cm, 20 x 8cm and 20 x 6cm.
I liked the idea of using lower vegetation to bulk out my bamboo features.
eBay has lots of plastic aquatic plants for sale.
I found one I like and ordered a pack.
Mine as called “5X Artificial Water Aquatic Green Grass Fish Tank Plant Lawn Aquarium Landscape”.
It gave me enough for a lifetime.
Bamboo-56 Clumps of plastic vegetation 2.
Cut up foam core for bases.
I wanted free standing bamboo stands, just like my trees, so I can move them around as the troops move.
I decided to use 5mm foam board for the bases, mainly because I had some and it is super easy to shape.
I chopped up a bunch of bases.
Bamboo-54 Foam Core bases 3.
Glue sand to bases.
Then I glued some sand on the bases.
I didn’t bother with filler first as I figured these weren’t going to get a lot of scrutiny on table.
Bamboo-55 Flock with sand 4.
Paint sand.
Then painting the bases with my normal flat earth and dry brushing.
Bamboo-59 Painted sand 5.
Chop up clumps of vegetation.
The grass mat has clumps and each clump has four mini-clumps.

Bamboo-57 Clumps of vegetation So I snipped off the mini clumps

Bamboo-58 Snip – Smaller clumps of vegetation 6

Five holes.
I then poked five holes in each base.
One directly from the top in the centre.
Four others in a circle around the centre, about half way to the edge, and sloping towards the centre.
These holes were for the vegetation in the next step.
7.
Glue in bamboo and vegetation.
Poke the base of a bamboo stick into some glue and poke the glued stem into the centre hole.
Then do the same with four mini-clumps and the holes around the centre.

Bamboo-60 Five holes – dip glue – insert plants Leave to dry

I dry on one of my radiators.
Don’t tell my wife.
Bamboo-61 Dry everything.

Categories: | 3 comments to Making Bamboo Groves for Wargaming

Peter 4 Jul 2020 at 07:41 · Reply Very effective looking bamboo terrain.
I particularly like the way the bases are not flat and created as mounds.
Grant Michael McKenna 4 Jul 2020 at 09:10 · Reply And thus we learn that your wife doesn’t read your blog ???? Terrain looks great.

Pedro Alcântara 4 Jul 2020 at 16:40 · Reply Talentoso

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