Household emulsion

Discussion in 'HO Scale' started by Stan C, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. Stan C

    Stan C New Member

    I am new to this group as well as quite new to model railroading. I have seen an article about mountains and rock faces by Paul Templar. He says that you should cover the rock face with "household emulsion".

    Would anyone have an idea what this is. Is it paint?

    Thanks in advance

    Stan C.
     
  2. CB&CNSfan

    CB&CNSfan TrainBoard Member

  3. Jon Grant

    Jon Grant TrainBoard Member

    Household emulsion is the paint you slap on the walls at home.

    I use the white version for my 'snow'

    [​IMG]


    Jon
     
  4. Mike Sheridan

    Mike Sheridan TrainBoard Member

    I think it is what is called Latex paint in the US.
     
  5. Stourbridge Lion

    Stourbridge Lion TrainBoard Member TrainBoard Supporter

    Welcome to TrainBoard!!!!!!!

    :D :D :D :D :D
     
  6. Bama Red

    Bama Red TrainBoard Member

    That is exactly correct!
     
  7. Flash Blackman

    Flash Blackman Staff Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    How can you use household emulsion or latex paint to make snow? How do you apply it? Jon's looks so realistic! [​IMG]
     
  8. watash

    watash Passed away March 7, 2010 TrainBoard Supporter In Memoriam

    How do you get it on without fouling the switch points?
     
  9. Fotheringill

    Fotheringill Staff Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    Welcome to Trainboard

    If you click on the picture link and then do a blowup and a second blowup of the thumbnail shot, you will see that on the turnout showing on the left side the points and the switch are clear of paint.
     
  10. Powersteamguy1790

    Powersteamguy1790 Permanently dispatched

    Stan:

    Welcome to Trainboard. [​IMG]

    SoPacHog:

    Welcome to Trainboard. ;)


    Stay cool and run steam...... [​IMG] :cool: :cool:
     
  11. Jon Grant

    Jon Grant TrainBoard Member

    Paint it on with a brush, avoiding the rails if possible. For the fields, I sprinkled on WS Snow powder while the paint was still wet.


    Jon
     

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