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Get the sawdust from any lumber mill that near your place

Doing research on Yahoo or Google on how to create a modeling flock or by just simply asking a friend who knows how to create one. You can use two cookie sheets to dry out the amount of flock made with your desired proportions. The amount of paint that you water down  will determine how much flock you will make. You should not be afraid to try every thing every possible way to have your modeling flock be the flock you want.     
Without further delay the content of  this article is the detailed instruction on how to make a modeling flock.  Is always be a problem you will face in making a gaming terrain but this will not be a hindrance for you to experiment on what decision to undertake. You should really work if this happen until you cannot screen a dust from it. But we are going to create a grassland so better careful. Make sure it is completely dry before proceeding to the next step, or else you will not get the same quality results as what Games Workshop produces. it is hard to get rid of the brown sawdust).
In spreading out the damp modeling flock it should be evenly as possible, then put it in a cool dry place and not be hit by strong winds for 24-48 hours.)

Step 3 - Add the Sawdust
The next procedure is to add the sawdust on the paint. If not, then just find someone you know who is a carpenter.e.

Step 5 - Screen the Modeling Flock To Make It Finer
A fine strainer with a small openings  you will have in doing the last step and that is to screen the modeling flock through it. But be sure to watch and read on the instructions for they will cause you problems in the results of your modeling flock.Spending almost $200 of your budget for a modeling flock is too big just to produce a 4' x 4' grassland gaming board. They should be more than happy to hand over a garbage bag full free of charge.
Once you have finished mixing the flock you are ready to move to next step. 
This is the common mistake which will end up with ugly stuff and waste. First add a small amount just to turn the watered down paint mixture into a compact sludge. Even though it started out a nice green it will end up an ugly brown, which was useful only to be used as dirt and not grass.
Warning: If you stop sooner  your flock will not be fine enough.
 (Important Note: The colour of your flock will be slightly browner than the green paint that you mix, so choose a colour paint that is slightly brighter than your desired modeling flock colour. 
However, don't expect your flock to be as fine as the Games Workshop version at this point for they already perfected the mixing of the paint and the sawdust.

Step 2 - Dilute The Paint
First you will need to dilute the paint that you are going to use to dye the saw dust. Then continue adding more and more sawdust until it is mixed in well with the paint. 

Step 1 - Get Your Materials Ready
Here is what you'll be needing:
-a container to mix it in (we use a gallon sized ice cream container)
-a cookie sheet to dry the modeling flock on (don't use new ones, your mother / wife won't Polyester DTY be happy)
-a tube of green paint (in the picture it shows a tube of blue paint and a tube of yellow paint, but we found it easier to just get a tube of green paint)
-water
-a stirring stick
-sawdust (that's right, modeling flock is just dyed sawdust!)
-a fine strainer
The tubes of paint that we use are 4 U.

Take note that  the sawdust should have been made from sanding, not from cutting wood. That can lower the $200 to a $10 or less.
WARNING: If you water down the paint too much your flock will be brown.
Step 4 - Spread Out Your Modeling Flock to Dry
You will now need to spread out the modeling flock to dry.
Mix the water and paint with a stirring stick. This will not be garbage cause it can be use as a mossy rock on another models. Because you want to work on a small budget this is something you had get over.S. fl oz, or 118 mL. There may be bunches that are just too hard deal with.
You will discharge the entire 118 mL tube of green paint into the container and then fill the container 3cm (about 1 1/4 inches) full of water.
The easiest way to tell when to stop adding sawdust is when you add a bit more and it is very hard to mix in (i. You can use any  typical stirring sticks that you get from the paint stores, but you can really use anything that you don't care getting stained with green paint. This is the point where you should stop.
You can get the sawdust from any lumber mill that near your place. We buy them at the dollar store for $1. You should admit that making your first modeling flock will not be that easy for it will not produce similar to the modeling flock that cost $200. That will come sooner or later.
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lunedì, 02 lug 2018 Ore. 08.51
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