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How To Model A Cutting Or Hillside On Your Model Railway | Model Railway Hints, Tips, How To Articles and Reviews at Model Trains Online

Here’s another brilliant video from Richard at Everard Junction. In this video, he walks us through the step by step process of creating a realistic cutting or embankment for your layout using a plaster, paint & some static grass to create a realistic cutting with an exposed rock face. It’s relatively straightforward to do and the results are realistic. Hope you enjoy it. This technique will work for general hills on your layout too, and in any scale!

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