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Hey guys, ran into a problem and not sure what to do. I am making a gaming table out of 2'x2' sections that I put on the floor to play on. One of the corners has a pond thats about 9" in diamiter and about 3/16" deep around the edges and the middle is just barely lowerd.
I painted the bottom and put down my GW water effects after it had had lots of time to dry. It has been setting for about 6 hours, which while I dont by any means expect to be dry I am thinking how it looks is going to be somewhere close to what it will look like when its done drying. The outer rim is white and some of the deeper parts in the middle are white.
The way i understand it, I messed up and layed it down to think. My question is, can I pull the water effect off somehow to salvage this chunk of board or is it lost?
If you mean that the water is not transparant yet, then that is normal, i havent used water effects alot, but when i do, it really took a full day to get fully transparant.
If there really are white patches in the underlying paint, then theres a problem i think
- did you add paint to the water liquidstuff?
- what colour is the bottom of the lake/what's it supposed to be?
Removing water effects tends to ruin any paints it is attached to.
Warchief Diggah o da Bloodmoon Squiggahs
Thanks Digger, I will give it a day before I make a decision. I didnt mix paint with it, I just painted the pond blue and then filled with water effects. Kinda annoyed that I put it on to thick. Ill check back in when i figure out if its ok, i may need to pry it out of the whole i made for the pond and just repaint and do it correctly.
Just for future reference, i have found that elmers glue works just as well and alot cheaper