So I have a bunch of mdf tiles, with awesome plastic temple details, and large expanses of... nothing.
This post needs paste. Let's add some texture, shall we?
|Not pictured: the mix ratio|
I did no such thing. I just slopped them into a cup using the ever analytical "Eh, this feels about right" method of measurement. The net result was a gritty, grey sludge. Perfect!
|Like pancake batter, for the worst breakfast ever.|
The downside to making multiple batches of different mix? Some did not dry quite as well. Too much PVA glue in one batch caused the paste to shrink a bit when drying. This resulted in some pretty serious, tile-wide cracking.
|Swamps typically don't have salt-flat style dry earth cracks...|
|One of Six. Not as attractive as Seven of Nine.|
Until next time~