3c. Carefully lift the plexi upright, allowing the gravel to fall to the newspaper. Use a dry paintbrush or whisk
broom (or your hand) to break loose any gravel that adhered to the paint. Collect the gravel and reserve.
3d. Brush the painted surface clean,
and using the white spray paint, evenly
coat the entire gravel-treated surface
of the plexiglass to an even opacity.
Dry completely, then remove the
4. FINISH THE FARM
4a. Lay painted side down, onto the
floor or a large work surface. Take the
second piece of plexiglass, remove the
protective plastic sheeting from both
sides (or only one, if the sheeting is
clear), and place squarely on top of the
first. Lightly tape the corners in place
to keep pieces from moving.
4b. Again, mask off the template
for the horizon line, the network of
tunnels, and the border, but this time
using your first pattern as your guide,
tracing through the plexi.
4c. Once the template is complete, separate the plexiglass. With the second one, place newspaper above
the horizon line. Cover the unmasked side with the reserved protective sheeting. Repeat the same
gravel/painting process as before.