Ripplin' Water Kit

SKU: SP4122

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  • Description

    Use this kit to add realistic-looking water areas like waterfalls, rapids, splashes, waves, rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, beaches and pools...any still or moving water! Use alone, with a Diorama Kit or ReadyGrass Sheet.
  • Kit includes:

      Realistic Water™ (2 fl oz / 59.1 mL)
      Water Effects™ (0.5 fl oz / 14.7 mL)
      Water Undercoat (0.5 fl oz / 14.7 mL)
      1 Stir Stick
      1 Foam Brush
      1 Release Paper
      Instructions
  • Safety Warning

    Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years. Adult supervision required.

    AVERTISSEMENT: Danger d'étranglement! Petites pièces. Pas recommandé pour les enfants

    de moins de 3 ans. Supervision d'un adulte requise.

    ADVERTENCIA: ¡Peligro de ahogarse! Partes pequeñas. No diseñado para el uso de

    niños menores de 3 años. Supervisión de un adulto requerida.

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    <>CAUTION: Store above 32° F.

    ATTENTION: Produit à conserver à une température supérieure à 0° C

    PRECAUCIÓN: Conserve a una temperatura superior a 0° C

    ASTM Certified

    Woodland Scenics Quality Brands is committed to manufacturing superior quality, safety-tested products. All of our modeling materials are evaluated by a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Approved Toxicologist to ensure they meet the standards for art materials set out by ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) International, if applicable. "ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), is a globally recognized leader in the development and delivery of international voluntary consensus standards. Today, some 12,000 ASTM standards are used around the world to improve product quality, enhance safety, facilitate market access and trade, and build consumer confidence." For more information about ASTM International, visit http://www.astm.org/ABOUT/overview.html.

    • Do you have any ideas on how to do an Ancient Egyptian farming project?

      The first step in any project is to do research. Print or copy photos to use as a reference throughout the design and build process. Photos are a great tool to help visualize a finished diorama and stay on track while building it.

      Popular Scene-A-Rama products for constructing an Egyptian project are the Desert Oasis Diorama Kit, Ripplin' Water Kit and Scene Setters - Egyptian Culture. There are loads of helpful how-to videos and step-by-step, illustrated downloadable instructions on our website demonstrating how to use the products in various ways to build dioramas from start to finish. We also recommend the A+ Projects & Dioramas: The Student's Handbook, it contains 34 step-by-step projects and more than 250 modeling tips and techniques. It is available for free download.

    • Is there anything that can be substitued for the 'release paper' included in the Ripplin' Water Kit?

      For release paper you can substitute freezer paper or a non-stick pan.

    • How do I make a waterfall for my school project?

      A waterfall can be made with the Waterfall Diorama Kit or the Ripplin' Water Accents Kit (SP4122). The kit includes complete step-by-step, illustrated instructions.

    • I need to make an arctic ocean diorama. Please give me some tips, I bought the winter effects kit and the back drop but how do i make ice bergs and the other stuff like on the box?

      To make the iceberg diorama shown on the Winter Effects box, we used Scene-A-Rama Winter Effects, Ripplin’ Water Kit and Plaster Cloth, and it was modeled on the Large Project Base & Backdrop. Each Scene-A-Rama kit includes detailed instructions explaining how to use the products.

      To form the icebergs, we used strips of cardboard to make iceberg forms. The forms were filled in small newspaper wads and covered in Plaster Cloth. Snow Base and Snowflakes was applied on top of icebergs. The blue ocean was painted with Water Undercoat, and Realistic Water was added to give it a shiny or "wet" appearance. Water Effects can be dabbed on top of dried Realistic Water to create waves. 

      For more project ideas, the Scene-A-Rama A+ Projects & Dioramas: The Student’s Handbook contains fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 34 different dioramas and more than 250 modeling techniques. Visit scenearama.com to view The Student's Handbook and find loads of helpful how-to videos.
       

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