Have any of you used Scenic Express Rippled Water Sheets or Lake Film Material for modeling water? We're looking to start working on the water on our layout...it's meant to be a bay area (about 3 S.F. total...blue area in the attached including the area under the 2 bridges). Originally was looking at Woodland Scenics products that you pour on but sealing the area including the outside edges plus the fact that our water area spans over both plywood and homasote board with seams where they meet I'm wondering if there's a better method. Want to keep it as light as possible...also want to keep it as thin as we can while giving the illusion of depth and as realistic as we can get. Can you still use Woodland Scenics Water Waves or something like that over the sheets to make it more realistic? There would be seams in the sheets if we use that so that would have to be cleaned up somehow. Any other suggestions are also very welcome.