The first few of the rocks are done. I can now show them off in all their rocky, flocked glory. Flocking was done simply enough with a bottle of super glue and my flocking bucket. I was able to "draw" on the rocks with the glue and strategically place flocking where it looked good and made sense.
The fun, two-piece rock came out quite nice with a good amount of flocking in the gully between the two spires. This gave it a nice realistic look as one can imagine that little cravass being quite moist a lot of the time and collecting all sorts of this and that.
Without a flash, the gap between the two spires actually actually looks a little forboding. Who knows what is lurking around in those shadows?
The vertical spires were very fun to flock. Figuring out where the seeds and moisture would collect was a bit of science and art all at the same time.
As you can see here the effect is quite nice and natural without the flash (image right). You can see where the drizzling rains have accumulated making a nice green shelf.