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« Reply #15 on: 22 January 2020, 11:58:33 PM »

No problem. I might eventually work out ho o post pictures on here direct 

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« Reply #16 on: 23 January 2020, 03:53:03 AM »

I use sheet bass wood ot make all sorts of buildings, etc. It is easy to work with, can be straight painted, or sealed and painted, or spackled with wood putty and hen painted.

Just offering as a suggestion.


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« Reply #17 on: 27 January 2020, 01:53:01 PM »

I just ordered the fort (thanks for the tip gents!) so can't really tell what it's gonna look like but I did do a few mdf buildings in 20mm thet were to look like adobe buildings. I first sprayed them with a can of stone-look structure paint. While still wet I cleaned up doors etc and then waited for it to dry thoroughly. It got a nice rough bot not too sharp texture overall and after first spraying it with Zandri dust and then some  bone white light overspray over the top half they looked pretty good. Plus it was quick!


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« Reply #18 on: 27 January 2020, 03:17:00 PM »

If you're spraying with gunk and want to keep doors / windows etc free of it, stick some blutac or similar over the area you want to protect, spray, then peel it off. It's a lot easier than trying to clean stuff up as it's setting.

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