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Spray on texture for realistic ground texture
I wanted to break up the plywood flat surface so I used a spray on texture (a.k.a. Orange peel) used for sheet-rock patch repair. Available from almost any home builder supplier (e.g. Home Depot, Lowes, etc.) or hardware stores like ACE. Adjust able texture. Use Fine and put a little less but spray over and over same surface or, spray Course for rougher texture. Looks a little \'liquid chemical\' like when it comes out but drys near powder dry, just like wall board compound. Has VERY small air bubble holes you will not see after painting earthy. Sand the surface under it as you can see the wood grain in the pictures. Flexible enough that I don\'t think it will come off with vibration and flexing of modules for shows. Don\'t sand it, just paint to color, sprinkle on other ground material, shrubs, weeds, etc.
Thursday, 06 November 2008
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