Here are some pictures of the third grassland terrain board in progress, along with some shots after it was finished.
The surface is coated with brown-tinted hydrocal. I used a very thin mix on the rock surfaces, and applied it with a brush. Over the grass areas a soft-serve ice cream consistency of hydrocal was used and applied with a spatula. I sprinkled some sand around the edges of the rocks, and fixed some large, irregular stones with a hot glue gun. The road surface is a mix of sand, glue, and spackle.
The road and rock surfaces were painted with craft paints. I used about six colors on the rock surface, with a base color that was a dark chocolate brown. Three tones of gray dry brushed over that, and then some spot drybrushing of reddish brown (same color as base for road) and green for a final touch.
The base coat of flock is Woodland Scenics blended turf, sprinkled in sections on top of Liquitex Matt Medium. Once this dried, I shook off the excess and liberally applied another layer of matt medium on top and let it dry for another day. Then I added some spots of coarse turf and clump foilage, then some yellow and light green drybrushing here and there on turf and foilage.
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One more board to go.