Discussion in 'Quick Tips' started by geegad, May 8, 2011.
Ive just had a quick scout around on youtube and found this
YouTube - How I Make Snow Bases
hope this helps
If you try the liquid take note. It is as thin as water and will run away via the tiniest of holes. Ask me how I know.....doh!
Buy the way, the liquid one dries so clear that you can use it to cast small bits like headlamp glass and what not.
for water ... paint and clear varnish as per "the dio master" whom Ian mentions above, you might need to have a dry run first (excuse the pun) to get the hang of it but the effect is cracking..... I've also used clear silicon for water with success.
Hi Dude if you want snow on the cheap then make your groundwork with whatever you use, make all your track marks and hills etc, once done paint it white for snow drifts some white plaster of paris added to give your terrain the effect you want. If the need arises and you need a little of the powdery stuff then cover your base in pva and water then add some raw plaster.
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