Model Waterfalls and Rapids - Model Realistic Scenery Volume 2 - Modelling 4 months ago   06:49

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Learn more at http://WoodlandScenics.com - Learn how to model realistic waterfalls of various types and sizes. Matt offers tips and techniques for using Realistic Water™ and Water Effects™ to create cascading, three-dimensional, and free-falling waterfalls, currents and splashes.

Items Mentioned in This Video:

Realistic Water (C1211)
Water Effects (C1212)
Earth Colors Liquid Pigments (C1216 - C1223, C1228, C1229)
Foam Sheets (ST1424)
Plaster Cloth (C1203)
Rock Molds (C1230 - C1248)
Lightweight Hydrocal (C1201)

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http://www.youtube.com/ModelSceneryExpert

Facebook Page:
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Comments 537 Comments

Life & Live In Cambodia
Very nice
Dylan Mckay
where can I find the material?
LINA CANCHAN GOMEZ
Te agradecería si Arias otro video en español no entiendo lo a dices te felicito por el trabajo excelente está maravilloso.....bendición
לב לייזרסון
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maurizio Oracolo Omaha
Wonderful wow
Anna Vizza
Si può in lingua italiana
susana rodriguez
aunque no entiendo nada,es facil,muy didactico,felicitaciones
Urooj Rajput
so nice👍👍👍
Yee Aung
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david velda
Beautiful scenery ..so alive
Adam Baxter
Incredible craftsmanship, thank you for sharing.
J Chappy
Man awesome looking!
Thomas Abbott
Woodland Senics.
Real Enjoyed watching this video.
Danielle Varela
Are all these products non toxic once dry? In case a kid decided take a nibble, haha
Madeline Pedroza
Amazing! Thank you.
Aabha Patel
Sir...i bow down to you....I juz have a small request...can you please show some details of the Cascades below the waterfall..
Japonês do Paraguai
Parece que fizeram uma mágia e encolheram a Cachoeira ( It seems that they did a magic and they shrank the Waterfall ) Fantastic!!
Serotoninlysis Deathology
good job squidward. it was awesome. i didn't have tools for this yet here am i... watching it one after the other
Heleno Andrade
Parabéns
lanesteele240
I think you should jack the music up more. That way you wont have to yell
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Realistic Scenery Volume 2 - Modelling Model Waterfalls and Rapids - Model 4 months ago   16:01

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A complete guide into recreating this scene of an old dirt road and dried up muddy puddle. Check out http://www.bouldercreekrailroad.com/ for more tutorials related to scenery and model railroading.

Follow along as I step you through a thorough how to style video on making this scene, from a piece of extruded foam to a photo real scene complete with cracked mud, dirt road, an outcropping of rocks, trees and realistic ground cover.

A lot of modelers see scenes like this and think they will never achieve this level of realism, however, as you will see making a realistic scene like this is nothing more than a few steps and the layering of scenery which eventually builds up into a great looking diorama.

Take your model railroad, war gaming terrain or dioramas for displaying your favorite models to the next level. This video demonstrates a small diorama built in HO scale and will show you some new innovative techniques for making your model railroad scenery look real. Real enough to make someone look twice at a photo you took!

Products and materials:

Foam Base –

Knauf insulation XPS multi use foam board 30mm (Bunnings Warehouse)

Cork –

AMRI 1-0401 HO Cork Underlay 3mm thickness (Orient Express Models)

Glue –

Gorilla Glue for foam (Masters Home Improvement)
Titebond II Wood Glue (Masters Home Improvement)
Mod Podge Matte (Spotlight)

Sculptamold –

AMACO Sculptamold modelling compound (Adelaide Moulding & Casting supplies)

Plaster of Paris –

Uni-Pro Plaster of Paris (Bunnings Warehouse)

Rock Molds –

Woodland Scenics Outcroppings Mold (Orient Express Models)

Paints & Dye –

Black Acrylic Paint
Burnt Sienna Acrylic Paint
Raw Umber Acrylic Paint
Red Acrylic Paint
Metallic Silver Acrylic Paint
White Acrylic Paint
Diorama base coat – Jo Sonjas “Vellum”
India ink
Citadel “Technical Paint” – Agrellan Earth (Military Hobbies Adelaide)

Dirt –

Collected from the great outdoors, nothing specific just regular dirt found near a river and sifted down into different grades, the finest of which was sifted through a stocking. 3 grades in total. Only fine and medium grades were used.

Grout –

Davco Sanitized Colorgrout Sandalwood (Bunnings Warehouse)

Wetting Agents -

Wet Water, 1% dish detergent mixed in water
Isopropyl Alcohol 99% (Adelaide Moulding & Casting Supplies)

Grasses -

MiniNatur – Late Autumn 6mm (Orient Express Models)
MiniNatur – Early Autumn 2mm (Orient Express Models)
Noch – Wildgras 6mm (Hobbyco Sydney)

Ground Foam -

Woodland Scenics Fine Turf Burnt Grass, Earth & Earth Blend
Woodland Scenics Course Turf Dark Green
Woodland Scenics Fine Ballast Buff
Woodland Scenics Clump Foliage Medium Green

Trees -

Woodland Scenics Fine Leaf Foliage, Olive Green & Medium Green
Noch Leaves Mid Green (Hobbyco Sydney)
DIY trees, made with natural plant stems and WS Course Turf
Dead Leaves, natural materials using real dried up dead leaves

Road Markers –

1.5mm square stripwood (Orient Express Models)

Weathering Pastel –

Art Spectrum, Raw Sienna

Car –

Cararama Peugeot 206, OO scale but in my opinion it feels closer to HO scale (Military Models Adelaide)

Intro Music:

Music by: Lino Rise
Title: “Channel Intro Alaska”
Source: www.free-intro-music.com & www.linorise.com