This page includes suggestions for using our rock and wall molds as well as a list of scenery techniques.
Rock Molds 1 and 2
These molds can be cut into sections then fitted together in multiple ways. The photograph below is an example of this.
This rock cut uses four sections—three from Mold 1 and one from Mold 2— and can be further individualized by angling the bottom of the sections so that the rock cut curves forward or backward.
Rock Molds 20 and 21
These two molds represent semi-stratified rock. They can be used for HO Scale and because the detail is so fine they are also perfect for N Scale.
Like Molds 1 & 2 these can be cut into sections and fitted together in multiple ways.
This type of rock also lends itself to creating rock outcroppings by placing one section in front of another to create depth as shown here.
Ralph Renzetti shows a variety of ways to use the Weathered Rock Wall Mold.
He discusses his methods on the webpage linked below.
He shows how he made it on his blog listed here.
Ty Brown shows how he uses our rock molds in this video.
Casting plaster in rubber molds.
An inexpensive, lightweight and easy to use sculpting compound to form the scenery on your layout.
LIGHTWEIGHT SCULPTING COMPOUND
Instructions for our sidewalks mold
CASTING AND FINISHING OFF SIDEWALKS
Dave Frary demonstrates his rock painting technique in this video.