Don, incredible looking prop, very innovative use of some common things. If your spice rack gets empty, you could find substitutes in your local model train shop. There are sprinkle/glue-on materials that are used to make scale model scenes: http://www.woodlandscenics.com I’m sure that you can find other brands as well. Keep shooting.
That’s pretty cool work and one of those things that I will keep in the back of my mind for future use. Thanks
I agree videoman, I’ve seen the stuff at train hobby shops . it is expensive though…. up to $20.00 for a container, but it doesn’t smell either…
the spice rack at the dollar store, set you back a buck or two, and also the jul isle at the grocery store… you can get spice powders in many colours and textures… cheap… here is another example made with the same spices:
Don, no new investment for me, I have some of this stuff left over from when my son was in grade/high school and ‘he’ had a project to do.At least by the time he reached high school, I was in just a supervisory role. I like your idea about the dollar store spices, it would have been cheaper when ‘he’ did his projects but we would have to worry about the dog eating his homework. Another great job with the video, youcreated something interesting from everday items, look out Hollywood. Keep shooting.
So how much interest is there in the subject matter?
Seems like there is a lot.
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