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Scenic water and bayside dock


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Hi all. I have a question. I am planning a bayside dock scene. It is to be a sizeable project at about 20" x 30" and up to 3" deep in some areas. My question is: what type/product do you all use to simulate water? And is it possible to put the "water" in in layers ( so that underwater landscaping can be applied) and not have the striations of obvious layers? Also, what do you use to craft underwater elevations-foam? Papier mache? Wood? Or paperclay? Thanks in advance, becky

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Becky, Honestly,I can be of no help with the simulated water project,but I just peeked at your gallery and I have got to compliment you here on the chimney for your Beacon Hill bash that you put together with 'bits and bobs';wow,wow,wow!!! Amazing work! Kat

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Becky, some years ago (when owned by the Fanceys) Dolls' House & Miniature Scene ran a multi-part series on using Scenic Water. Some of the dimensional effects can be achieved by painting your base before putting in your first layer of water.

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Thank you for the kind words on my chimney pieces. That is still a work in progress and I have been remiss in getting pictures posted. Havanaholly, would you be able to point me in the right direction as far as finding that series, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance! Becky

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