Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Quick and Easy Frostgrave Ice Outcropping

          I was in the local A.C. Moore craft store this past weekend, and noticed these bags of "Beach Glass" on a clearance rack for $1.00.  I was immediately taken by how they looked like ice.
    I cut an old CD into an irregular shape, and test fit an assortment of the glass on to it.
      I then sprayed the CD with some flat white spray paint, and when it was dry, I glued an arrangement of the beach glass on to the CD using Tacky glue.
      When the glue was dry, I lightly drybrushed the glass with some white paint, then painted the CD with regular white glue and applied Wood land scenics snow flocking.
          For a dollar investment, and less than an hour's work time, I pretty pleased with how it turned out. I'm thinking this will make a nice addition to my Frostgrave harbor.

8 comments:

  1. Brilliant! I wonder what other effects could be rendered with other colors of sea glass?

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    1. Thanks! You could probably do some really interesting fantasy terrain with different colors!

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  2. I think this is the best scratch built scenery idea maybe ever, it looks way real!

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