I have worked pretty rarely with artificial grass tufts. I started out in the 80s with sand that was painted green and then drybrushed to look like grass. It was cool for it's time, but times change and the evolution of grass tufts and flocking has changed dramatically, mainly due to the rise in scenery modelling for trains and traditional armour kits in 1/35 scale.
A few weeks ago I saw a glowing review on a Facebook Group about Gamer's Grass products, and when I went to their site it certainly did look pretty damn good. So I ordered some to try it out and I have to say - it's impressive on a number of counts!f
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The size refers how much of the ground it covers and the height I don't need to tell you what that means...
The Mixed Green - Mix comes in uniform sizes from small to large.
It comes very well packed in a small box separated by bubble wrap to keep the sheets from crushing each other in transit.
The tufts themselves are held very firmly on the sheets and are easily pulled off and stick very well to the surface you want them on. I found that I had to move one along a bit and because it hadn't been pushed into place firmly it was easy to move. Even once in place they can be moved with a bit of force but did not remove the painted surface in my experience.
Another impressive part of Gamer's Grass is the price - they are cheap! Really good value for what you get and with such a variety of sizes and heights you could do a lot without a huge outlay.
I think you'll be back for more.