This is an amazingly simple system for coloring terrain and plaster castings such as rocks, retaining walls, culverts and tunnel portals. Specifically formulated for coloring Flex Paste™, Plaster Cloth, Lightweight Hydrocal®*, plaster, foam, wood and papier mache terrain models. Water-soluable. Eight individual bottles in kit.
.676 fl oz (19.9 mL) each
*Hydrocal® is a U.S. Gypsum registered trademark.
See how to use Earth Color™ Liquid Pigments to color plaster castings, such as rocks, portals, retaining walls and culverts.
Kim shows you how to color any rock with the simple Leopard Spot system. Use this system to realistically model the rocks, boulders, outcroppings and other rocky formations located in any geographic location.
Kim walks you through the easy process of using Earth Colors Liquid Pigments to color culverts, retaining walls and tunnel portals realistically.
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You can apply Water Undercoat, or 100% acrylic paint, on fully cured Realistic Water or Deep Pour Water and then pour another layer over it.
We recommend using our Earth Colors™ Liquid Pigment on Lightweight Hydrocal®* castings. You will want to be sure that there is no glue or other residue on the casting before applying the Pigments, because color may not adhere or may become blotchy.
*Hydrocal is a U.S. Gypsum registered trademark.
Click here to view how to paint Plaster Cloth surface with Earth Colors.
Some natural shading should occur when painting your Lightweight Hydrocal surface with Liquid Pigments. However, if the surface is not absorbing pigment and remains white, those areas probably have been contaminated with glue or another substance.
Yes, Earth Colors Liquid Pigments can be applied with an airbrush. Diluting the pigments is done primarily to adjust the shade of the color. Leave it full concentrate for the darkest color and add water to achieve lighter results.
You can use our Water Tint which is specially formulated to tint Deep Pour Water, Realistic Water and Surface Water. Or you can use Earth Colors™ Liquid Pigment to tint Realistic Water™. Pour Realistic Water into a disposable cup and mix in coloring agent very slowly to avoid bubbles. If bubbles occur, cover and let set until they disperse (approximately 2 hours). It is advisable to do a small test area to verify desired color.
Click here to view a video on using Water Tints.
Also click here to view a video on preparing and painting water areas.