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How to Make a Diorama waterfall (The video tutorial)


This is the video tutorial that shows you how to make a really good looking diorama waterfall for very cheap. This video is a companion to the web page tutorial that I have located here: Make a diorama waterfall On that page you can get the step by step instructions including pictures on how to make this waterfall. I also have a tutorial on how to make this complete diorama: The Secret Grotto Diorama



I also have lots of videos on how to make tutorials on my youtube channel: StormThecastle Youtube channel



Realistic Water

Realistic Water, 16 fl oz

This is the water product that I use to make the surface water of the pond and the river. It is pretty nice stuff and very easy to use. You just pour it in and let it dry. No mixing required. But, you can only pour it to about 1/4 inch thick. Then let it dry and pour another layer. You can speed up the drying process with a fan.


You can also use a product called "Water effects" This is made by the diorama company called woodland scenics and it dries clear and works very well:

Water Effects

Water Effects, 8 fl oz

  • A heavy-bodies, moldable product that will hold it's shape
  • Use to create pond ripples, waterfalls or rapidly moving water
  • Dries clear in about 24 hours
  • 8 fluid ounces


Water kit

Scene-A-Rama Water Diorama Kit

Use this kit to create water areas for your diorama. It includes everything you need to make waterfalls, ponds, rivers, rapids, oceans, waves, or anywhere water is your main focus.


Ripplin water kit

Scene-A-Rama Ripplin' Water Kit

Use this kit to add realistic-looking water areas like waterfalls, rapids, splashes, waves, rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, beaches and pools... any still or moving water!