The fur itself is too long for my 10mm scale battle, so I had to figure out how to trim it. Also I did not find much help online regarding painting, but figured spray paint would work. So I gave it a try originally with Krylon Camouflage ultra-flat olive green but found it was too dark.
Below is what I came up with. I might add some more shades to the current green, but it is start.
|Piece of faux fur cut as a terrain feature.|
|Hair trimmer with a 3/8" attachment to trim the fur.|
|Krylon emerald green gloss spray paint used on fur.|
|The faux fur after spray paint. I did spray a lot of paint trying to cover all beige colour.|
It starts to get glossier the longer you spray the fur, which I think is okay because it is supposed to be grass.
|Elephant grass with 10mm NVA figures. I might try adding some lighter green spray paint patches to tone down the uniform green colour.|