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Water Scene Help

Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by Zach Johnson, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. Zach Johnson

    Zach Johnson New Member

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    Hi, I am working on a suspended water scene with driftwood branch sticking up the middle. I'm trying to find the best way to make some waves on the plexiglass. So far I have the plexiglass on the branch and made it look like the water is freezing around the branch. Next step is to add small waves or ripples. I have a tube of level and I have silmar scenery resin I was planning to use with some blue and green dye. If anyone has some tips or suggestions that would be great! Thanks!
     
  2. Bryce cockroft

    Bryce cockroft New Member

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  3. Bryce cockroft

    Bryce cockroft New Member

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    What I do is cut my branch in 2 and scrawny plexiglass to the bottom piece then epoxy the top piece on to the plexiglass then I unrole cottenballs dip them in my water resin and I hit it with a hair dryer the cotton balls will look like ita starting to freeze (this can also be used to make the start of a splash) then I pour my water resin on my plexiglass