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  1. Paint several or one long piece of wood with your base color of your boat and then divide in sections and try each method of barnacles and see what looks the best
  2. You can get the snow paste from Hobby Lobby it's Scene-O-Rama brand or you can also get it from Woodland Scenics or anywhere that sells their brand. They are the maker of Scene-O-Rama. And Woodland Scenics is online also.
  3. Just a thought and was something I was going to try to use to make the barnacle look on some of my boats was from model landscaping or rail roading. Try the snow paste and using a stencil brush wet it down and dab it on like you want and then you can color it before hand with little watered down acrylic or water color. I've used this method on song bird carvings and it works well but that's the coloring part. Good luck

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