A each show we go to we do a small 3-4 sq foot section in small sections to show individuals how easy it is to devlepe textured realistic scenery in a short time without a lot of mess. To illustrate a few nice points about the product this segment shows how to easily tie together two somewhat different sections, where the height and road type need to be matched.
the first step was to cut a piece of foam to allow for the road to continue up a hill to the higher module made at Allentown.
the next step is too peel back the dry fibre sheet (works best with the heavy body) and mesh as best as possible. It was misted lightly where real steep to soften.
then took some adhesive drywall tape and made flaps. The top fibe layer was glued to the foam mesh base with a glue gun.
Next step was to cover the brown road with some of the light grey used to make road at Allentown. the mesh was overlaid on the other scenery on the Allentown module
Added the ground covers , misted with wet water and allowed to dry.
link shows Allentown module in foregroundhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/wsdimenna/5182941215/