Monthly Archives: June 2014

Five Minute Epoxy Rules!

I think I have finally stumbled upon the way to get what I want with making accurate, translucent ┬áleaves. Earlier, I wrote about matching photographs of leaves with plaster molds made from the same leaf and then using inkjet prints … Continue reading

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More on the Leaves

I installed the red osier sprig into the Shoreline diorama. I was happy that the leaves look less artificial than what is in there now, but the translucency was not that apparent and the graphic quality of the leaves is … Continue reading

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