Water's Edge: The New(ish) Modular Terrain Board Rebuild
You may remember (or you've just caught up) that I didn't have a newspaper for my paper mache. Instead, I'm using strips of paper I have cut up from my 'To Be Shredded' pile. This may well be just as good a method of recycling as using newspaper, but there's a flaw in it.
What follows is a new approach for me. Until now, I've only worried about small bodies of water in ponds or streams. In these cases, I've used Woodland Scenic's Realistic Water and Water Effects. But here I'm using a much larger body of water. So I'm trying something completely different.
What follows is not my idea. It's a process I saw on a video tutorial by marklinofsweden. It may be used for model railways, but the result looks absolutely fantastic and I want to try and replicate it here on my board. You can see the awesome tutorial here:
My only deviation from marklinofsweden's post is I'm using some dirt cheap (read practically useless) kitchen towel rather than toilet paper. Having done so, I'm encouraging you to use toilet paper. It'll be less hassle. Trust marklinofsweden. he know's what he's talking about.
As always, thanks for stopping by and sharing the journey!