Make a sketch of the model park
Sketch the real park from different angles and perspectives. Get a feel and sense of the park from various sides, from within the park and from above.
Area of the park
Measure the scale of the park’s model. Several parks are just a square block, while other parks extend for a couple of acres. Scale can vary from 1 inch for every real 100 yards, to 1 inch for every square mile.
Break down the model
Distribute the park into sections. If the park is comfortably divided into an adult leisure space and a children’s play area that can be one way to break down your model. Moreover, cut a slice of ½ plywood, which will act as your ground surface.
How to make grass?
Place something over the piece of plywood with green felt to grow grass. Trim out sections that will be concrete, sand or dirt. If you want the surface to be another material, make use of construction paper, sandpaper or paper mache. Also remember to glue the material down on the surface.
Plant trees in the model park
Make sure you plant trees to the surface. You can purchase inexpensive miniature trees, or make them yourself from cardboard and some paint. On the other hand, you can also create clipped leaves with the help of construction paper.
Build playground things for the park
Create play area equipment or other things to put within the boundaries of the park. Glue them where you want them to be. If you require, drill little holes through the plywood and attach them to the ground with string.
Give the model an original touch
Install dirt or other objects to various parts of the model to give it an authentic look. Mould figurines out of clay and put them within the limits of the park.