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    No excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    No excuse.

    Perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    No excuse.
    Yeah yeah...


    It was fun until I needed my rotary tool.
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    Now we're getting somewhere


    Instead of scribing the panel line later, I decided to make them separate panels in the first place.


    And then I started to rough in the fenders
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    Look'n good!

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    Tell me, how do you get such fine angles on the edges of your styrene? Mitre box?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelpheron View Post
    Look'n good!
    Thanks!
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    Tell me, how do you get such fine angles on the edges of your styrene? Mitre box?
    Which edges do you speak of? Square edges I cut with a knife and straight edge then hit with a sanding block to square it up. Angled edges like on the main part of the fenders is cut same as before, but sanding blocked to make the angle. And if you mean the angles on the outer lip of the fender, that's just cut with a knife then hit with the sanding block to straighten it out. Basically, a rough sanding block and possibly a knife.
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    Yeah... those square edges...
    Keep the images coming, very exciting to watch the first stages come together

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    Now it's starting to look like a 40 series



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