This is the serious problem and the reason why I am going to cast the water surfaces in clear resin instead ofusing DAS
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The'beach'is sand and the water shoul get more and more shalow as goin on the sand until desapperar.
No way I can make Das clear.
So what I am going to do is thois:
I'll cast two panels of the glass surface in clear resin and about 3mm thick.
Once dry I will remobve it from the mpould and cut it to fit the shapes of the watter surfaces as I'\ve done withj the clay but will let it about 25mm over the sand.
Then i will turn it up-side-down and file or sand a slope under the are that will be supeposed to the sand. with a gradually progressionj from the full thicknes of the casting to the thinnes I can get.
Once this is done I will polish the surface os the slope until getting it as clear as the rest of the casting.
Then I will glue sand covering the whole slop and glue the whole casting in place.
Once that is done I will work out the sand area ensuring enough sand will get also in progression above the upper survace (above the sklope).
I hope to get that way a good effect of the water vanishing progresively in the sand.
We'll see if in reality works as good as in theory.
I am interested in 20" , 18" and 15" railways. specialy the ones related to agriculture. I am also interested in (old) lime stone industry.