tutorial: realistic flowing water from caulk and a reused plastic bottle Go to main page for several diaramas to make.

DIY Mini Waterfall - tutorial: realistic flowing water from caulk and a reused plastic bottle Go to main page for several diaramas to make.

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My friend Ces Legaspi made this out of Pine Bark Nuggets, Liquid Nails and Model Train scatter materials.

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Use a toothpick to put lots of lines in the waterfall. Run lots of vertical creases so it looks like water flowing. Make some spares in case  something happens, make a few extra ones. Once it is dry you can peel it off the wax paper. The caulk is a bit flimsy and it won't hold up well so just cut a strip out of a 2 liter bottle. Make the strip about the width of your desired waterfall but make the lenght several inches longer. You will trim the length when ready to install it.

Making a waterfall out of a strip of plastic and some caulk. This website has a lot of tips about making dioramas. The scale varies.

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