|Looks like a Monster Mash is about to break out.|
|Hairy and Hunchy look a little gray today.|
Once the dirt layer is dry I added little blobs of putty to make the flagstones. I'm using bronze/brown putty here for contrast but most any putty will work. Try to make sure that these go over the original base to hide the edge.
The stones are formed with a dental tool and I try to keep them all evenly flat with one another. This is the only time that you have to be somewhat careful but there's still a lot of room for leeway.
Once the stone putty is cured you can go over it with a sanding stick to really even the stones out. Then they're ready for priming and painting.