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  1. I wanted to add some snow to my figure bases, so I went and bought a package of Woodland Scenics snow. I wetted the surface, then put on the snow, and tried to soak and bind it with wetting agent made from a mixture of matte medium and flow improver, just like I do with Woodland Scenics foilage material. But when I did, the snow material didn't soak up the wedding agent, but instead beaded up into my setting mixture. What am I doing wrong here? Is there some trick to putting down Woodlands Scenics snow?
  2. The trees are from Woodland Scenics and the stones are made of quartz shards. Hope you like them!
  3. Greetings everyone, I was hoping to get everyone's solution for using Woodland Scenics Realistic Water product on your bases. More importantly, I'm hoping to find information about how to keep Realistic Water on a non-recessed base! So what's your secret to keeping the product on there while not getting a funky concave edge or bulges? Or on a round base? Thanks in advance for your help!
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