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Mod Roc 2.75m

GM100
Gaugemaster

Totally flat areas of land are very rare in nature. They usually occur as part of human intervention when a large flat area is required. A prime example is the railway, which has large expanses of flat land in stations, good yards, dockyards, and so on.

Therefore, one way to add realism to your model railway layout is to make it look like it was carved out of undulating land with cuttings and embankments where necessary. This means that outside of your railway perimeter fence, you need to replicate the undulating nature of the land. One well-tried and relatively easy way to do this is to use this product from Gaugemaster to create a rigid shell that can then be added to with appropriate ground cover and vegetation. Almost any shape can be created by laying the Mod-roc bandage over suitable formers. Formers can be scraps of wood, cardboard, and even just crumpled up newspaper. Once you are happy with the shape, moisten the bandage and let it set into a rigid form. If more strength is required use more layers of Mod-roc on top of stronger formers.

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Mod Roc 2.75m

Plaster bandage is a popular method of forming landscapes on a layout and our modroc is conveniently sized and east to use. Pack contains 300 x 14.5cm of modroc and comes with full instructions.

Totally flat areas of land are very rare in nature. They usually occur as part of human intervention when a large flat area is required. A prime example is the railway, which has large expanses of flat land in stations, good yards, dockyards, and so on.

Therefore, one way to add realism to your model railway layout is to make it look like it was carved out of undulating land with cuttings and embankments where necessary. This means that outside of your railway perimeter fence, you need to replicate the undulating nature of the land. One well-tried and relatively easy way to do this is to use this product from Gaugemaster to create a rigid shell that can then be added to with appropriate ground cover and vegetation. Almost any shape can be created by laying the Mod-roc bandage over suitable formers. Formers can be scraps of wood, cardboard, and even just crumpled up newspaper. Once you are happy with the shape, moisten the bandage and let it set into a rigid form. If more strength is required use more layers of Mod-roc on top of stronger formers.