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 Posted: Sat Aug 27th, 2011 03:30 am
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After years of humm and Haring on what to use I went back to what I did some years ago 'Diggers Resin' cost me $50 for the two tins and I think it looks OK.
Just some more reeds and a little flocking and, a tidy up of the bridges and the river needed.









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 Posted: Sat Aug 27th, 2011 03:42 am
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very effective Warren :thumbs

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 Posted: Sat Aug 27th, 2011 05:41 am
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Looks good  - the reflections in the last photo look fantastic



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One of the best rivers I have seen Warren.



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Great stuff.
Worth the expense.

(The first pic. looks like Irene has blown through and left the narrow boat on the bank!)



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Looks very effective.....:thumbs
You could maybe add a hint of whitewater flowing around the rocks......



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Very effective use of stonework too. Very nice photographs.



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Now that look real!!!! I like the color too. I suppose that stuff smells like crazy while it's curing?

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 Excellent job :doublethumb Very realistic



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That looks very good. I'm not sure what 'Diggers Resin' is here in the UK?

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That river looks as good as I seen:thumbs



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I have just taken delivery of some "mod pod"  Anyone tried it?  :shock:



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Whoops "mod podge":oops:



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That's a beautiful river you've made there - I tried on my last layout attempt but found all the stuff leaked out the back! So how did you stop that from happening?



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HI Paul.  Darren left us a while ago, so he won't see your question.  It's just a matter of filling the space with water and looking for the leaks.  I plugged mine with BluTack.  :oops:

Water makes less mess than the epoxy.  :lol:



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