Nice work! What's your bunny's name?. Alex B.
Got a sheet of some sort of card, odd stuff, couldn't tell if it was paper or plastic! It works however. Had a quick test run, perfect. Now decking the cutter Diligence at 1:44 so scales beautifully. I am forever in your debt sir.I used plastic film for calking. I used this method when i was building "Carolina". All that one needs for this can be found in any stationary shop.
Plastic bag for paper (they can be found in different colors and thickness) and two sides adhesive duct tape. I
use the balck side of the plastic bag. I put the duct tape on plastic fim and cut it in stripes according to the thickness of the batten,
it can be made with a small margin, then I separate
protective paper from the strip and stick on the end of the batten, the allowances are cut off with the knife, - it's cutting off nicely.
Here are several photos, maybe they can be of use to somebody. If you have any questions - it would be my pleasure to help.
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Also @Bob Ellis knows a lot of stuff about ship building,everybody could learn some from him
My geetings, dear Alex.Nice work! What's your bunny's name?. Alex B.