Rock mould with exposed parts made of woodland material, Non-scale C1230
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Made by WOODLAND SCENICS Material Non-scale
Rubber mould for making rocks.
The plaster material (sold separately) is dissolved in water, poured in and hardened.
After curing. After curing, remove from the mould and colour to create a realistic rock.
You can use one type of mould with more variations by changing the direction in which it is placed or by smashing it with a hammer.
How to use:
(1) Place the mould so that it is horizontal. The back side is not flat, so fill in the gaps to make it level.
(2)Mix 180cc of water with 1 or 2 drops of neutral detergent. Apply the mixture to the surface of the mould.
This improves the flow of plaster and prevents the inclusion of air bubbles, and also acts as a mould release agent.
(3)Mix the plaster and water, and pour it into the mold.
The plaster hardens quickly, so be sure to work quickly.
(4)When the plaster has completely hardened, carefully remove it from the mould.
(5)Form the plaster into a shape to suit the installation site.
(6)Apply a thin layer of diluted paint, starting with the lightest colour and working upwards with a brush.
Note:The images are provided by the manufacturer and are examples of painted work.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
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