Tips and Tech

Realistic snow

Published: June 1, 2006
Q: I'm building a Plymouth Horizon as a winter car, complete with rust and snow. I'm using modeling putty and "True Snow" (a craft item) to model the clumps of snow near the wheels and on some of the horizontal surfaces, but what I really need are some freshly fallen snowflakes to represent the scattered effect of a new snowfall. I would also like it to be permanently attached to the model, but I don't want to start with [Testor's] Dullcote and sprinkles. Can you help? To read more, become a subscriber today and get all the benefits Scale Auto has to offer!
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