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 Posted: Sun Nov 10th, 2019 02:21 pm
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Continuing to work on this scene.
 
Added utility poles along the right of way,
and began adding water to the stream.
 
Initial application of epoxy followed by acrylic gel. 
It will take a few days to dry clear,
then I will add a few more peaks and coat with acrylic gloss medium. 
I will tint the gloss medium. 
Once dry I will add white caps where appropriate. 

Will post pictures as it progresses.


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Looking very dramatic, Bob.

The dense tree cover looks a lot like what I see here in the Black Hills.
Scenery dropping below track level also adds to the drama.

I'm liking this scene a lot.
Keep on keeping on.

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Love the scene, too. Nice work. Regards, Dave L.

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The "best" trees and the "quick" trees blend together very nicely,
a most realistic scene Bob,
especially with the fine water effect and the lightly clouded sky backdrop.




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Applied thick the acrylic gel takes a while to cure and become clear. 

This area is about there.


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Another amazing discovery...

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I knew it all the time.

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Bob,

Your modeling and sense of humor are impeccable.

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