Back in 2004, our company took a personal break from production. The ScaleTrees on this page represent the left over inventory that we are now liquidating. For these large deciduous trees, we chose the White
Oak species as our prototype. This prototype was selected
for our first release back in 2001 because it is the most widely found
oak tree in the United States. Historically, White Oak trees
have also been the most widely used oak tree for product manufacturing
in the United States. They have been most known for their
use in the production of barrels, railroad ties, and furniture.
The image to the right shows one of our trees below with foliage added.
typical hardwood forest is 65-85 feet (20-26 meters) tall, and a large single
hardwood tree may reach a height of 110-120 feet (34-37 meters) tall. How tall
is that in your scale?
The tree to the left is the result of adding foliage to a ScaleTree Without Foliage.
ScaleTrees Without Foliage (sizes and pricing)
items are currently 30% off.
Note: No refunds or exchanges on clearance items.
These are the armatures used for the ScaleTrees Without Foliage above. Our
Incredibly realistic armatures
are made of twisted wires.
All wires are coated with our
flexible bark textured
Armatures can be used as is for dead trees or sparse
winter trees, or add BranchBunches and the foliage of your choice
to complete your trees. All of our armatures are the same basic shape based on the branching structure of a typical North American White Oak. This basic shape can easily be
changed by bending and/or trimming with wire cutters.
in 5 sizes. Click
individual trees below for LARGER IMAGE
ScaleTree Armatures (sizes and pricing)
(4") White Oak Armature (3/pkg)
(6") White Oak Armature (2/pkg)
2/pkg $ 17.99
3/pkg $ 12.59
(8") White Oak Armature (1/pkg)
(10") White Oak Armature (1/pkg)
(12") White Oak Armature (1/pkg)
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Tip: Use "forced
perspective" to get the best results in
your scenes. Forced Perspective is the practice
of using larger objects in the foreground and
smaller objects in the background to make the
depth of the scene appear larger.
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