I recently had a very successful road-build by using caulking, spread relatively thin, and painted brown, with sand/buff dry brudh highlights. They drape nicely over hills, and across terrain templates.
I tried a repeat for a waterway and a river, and they worked brilliantly. Right until I added glossy acrylic "water" effect on top to create a water surface. It curled up at the edges something fierce.
That suggests to me that either if using that method, I must make the wwy/river much larger than needed, and then cut off the excess, which hopefully is the entire curly bit, or I must paint the caulking, spray a glossy finish over the paint, and sparingly add "ripples" here and ther afterward.
Anyone else have any ideas on this, or have given this a go?
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