Looking for info on various water effects...

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Morning all,

I am trying to do some research on creating some realistic looking water effects. :confused:

- First I need to create a standing pond, fairly calm waters where some folks can go fishing.

- Second I also want to create a stream that appears to have some flow motion.

I've read about 2 part epoxies and using mirrors with apaint wash and I was wondering what you folks have modelled in the past and any info you might provide.

Regards,
 
Harold,

Nice instructions and pictures...thanks for the link. That will work for my stream although it won't be as turbulant. I liked the use of the reddish paver gravel as your stream bed it looks great under the water. It will be a while before I am ready to do the water work but will post pictures when I do.

Regards,
 




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