Pretty much finished.
Finished scene. Except I still need to repour EnviroTex water, it is still tacky after three days.
Patrick thought it would be fun to run a truck through the EnviroTex while it was still tacky. These tracks won't come up. And after three days,...
First I painted the fascia with clear laquer, then I used packing tape as a dam. I had to spread the EnviroTex with a spatula.
I placed smaller trees towards the rear trying to force perspective.
I used 3mm tan craft foam to raise up the town. I cut the hill down a little bit to match the height of the highway overpass.
More paint. Sand, dirt, grass on the banks. I think I'll be pouring some envirotex next.
A little sand and some sticks along the beach front.
Some painting and ground foam.
I used a vinyl grass mat to cover the hill. (Can't remember which brand.) and covered it some more with ground...
The mountain is covered in Sculpt-a-Mold. The river edges are smoothed out also.
I covered my foam mountain with Sculpt-a-Mold; washed it with brown and gray paint, the sprinkled ground foam on it.
I used a vinyl grass mat. (Can't remember which brand.) and covered it some more with ground foam.
I used Sculpt-a-mold to smooth out the contours.
I like to get the kids involved, so they feel like they helped build it.
Covering the tunnel. And shaping the river.