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intersting that these snow products

November 3 2011 at 8:39 AM
justin pockar  (Login jdpockar)
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all seem to replicate what (as a Canadian) i would call 'warm weather snow' - the big, fluffy flakes that fall when it is just below freezing. When it is really cold (say, Russian Steppe in January) the snow looks much finer (smaller crystals). I have used baking soda to replicate this effect fairly well.
(Note of caution: I have heard of people having baking soda snow yellow over time. I think this is particularly problematic in humid climates. Using a clear flat spray to 'fix' it to the base, I have not had this occur on my dioramas, though)
justin pockar

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  1. Agreed - FranK Blanton on Nov 23, 2011, 3:48 AM

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