Nantahala Midland V 3.0
Good idea to sit on it for a while and see how you feel a few days down the road ......I'm doing the same thing right now with an " over the top " scene on my current layout . I won't post any pics until i decide 357

One thing I did about 10 years ago , trying to achieve depth on a backdrop , was to fog-in white/grey paint between the foreground trees and the background . I didn't have any real trees in the foreground like you do , I was trying to paint the entire backdrop and still give it depth . I made a template out of cardboard , in the shape of the tree tops , held it a couple of inches out from the backdrop , and fogged in the light grey . I don't have any pics of this but it did give me the separation and depth I was looking for and it looked like mist hanging over the trees in the valley ....just an idea .

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