Well, with the module frames built, a basic trackplan figured out, and the cork laid, it's time to start the scenery on the modular "Lone Wolf Line". Rather than using easily damaged foam, I've decided to build my scenery with the hardshell-over-wire method. I have chosen to dip paper towels in plaster. Here's where my "newbieness" becomes apparent. How thick should my plaster and water solution be? I don't want to end up with really weak hardshell, but if the solution is too thick, I don't think I will be able to get the paper towels to absorb the solution. I was thinking of a solution similar to a cream soup consistancy. Does this seem okay?