-No.0135 Acrylic color for river bottom Cobalt turquoise 20ml
-P Water Expression Material Gross Polymer Medium 50ml
-G1 Wave Expression Material Gel Medium 50ml
-7 Wave front expression material blended fiber 50ml
-No.541 Kawaishi (for valley) small gray 50ml
-No.543 Kawaishi (for valley) medium gray 10ml
-No.545 Kawaishi (for valley) large gray 10ml
-Make the riverbed with R color plaster No.205 natural (sold separately), Gesso (sold separately), etc. Fill the riverbed thinly and keep it smooth with a pallet knife. It dries and hardens in about one day. After drying, paint the attached acrylic paint on the riverbed and color. (Dry in 2-3 hours)
-After drying the riverbed, create the topography and valley with Scenery Sand No. 153 cream (sold separately), etc., and arrange them in order from larger stones after serving. Spread medium-grained stone around it and lay pebbles on the gap. The stone in contact with the scenery sand dries and sticks in about one day. To add more stones, use a dropper or the like to attach a solution of a small amount (0.5%) of a neutral detergent to a woodwork bond (3-4 times) diluted with water.
-After drying (approximately half a day), apply the water expression material and gross polymer medium to the brush and pour it into the riverbed. After applying, keep the water level and dry. It dries and clears in about 1 day.
-Paint a wave expression material and gel medium with a brush to express the flow of the river and the waves. This also becomes transparent after drying (about half a day).
-Paint the crest / blended fiber over the wave with a small brush. Splash of a crest and white waves can be expressed. (Dry in 3-4 hours)
-You can create a water surface of about 30 x 30cm with the set of water expression materials (gross polymer medium).
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