Joined: Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:22 am Posts: 2992 Location: Philadelphia, PA
The sand stone. You inspired me to make terrain pieces like them and I have 2 pieces done .
Sweet! Primed with Krylon H2O spray paint. (not a real primer) I based the sand a golden sandy color(Antique Gold- Americana). Base the rocks a dark brown.(Coffee Bean- Folk Art) Stipple the sand color(thinned) over rocks. By thinning it will gain some transparency. Wash the rocks with purple. Dry brush rocks with Antique Gold. Dry brush everything Sand- Americana. Light on the rocks so it doesn't over power. Final dry brush of Sand: Wicker White- Folk Art. Concentrate on the edges where the sand meets the rocks and randomly in patches here or there for variation. Very lightly with this step as too much will make it appear chalky. For the most part avoid the rocks with this color.