NASG Dispatch 1984 #2 Spring
This article is about scratchbuilding and why one should try, but the article appears to have been cut-off somewhere in the middle, and ends mid-sentence, so it is not complete.
Super Sculpey Stonework
Model Railroader 1991-11
Structures - Towns/Cities
The author describes how he used Super Sculpey, a clay-like material, which, when baked, turns into a hard, plastic-like material that can be sanded and carved. He used the material to scratchbuilt masonry walls for his structure.