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Old 03-26-2014, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by the mole
The fuel tank shroud is next. This is printed on 110 card stock. Let the ink dry, and spray all printed wraps with a protective coating like Krylon clear finish.

Cut the shroud out and glue the ends together. Once the glue has dried, slip the shroud over the top of the tanks and down to the aft tube.


Did you 'freehand' your cut on the tank shroud? Such with scissors or xacto knife? The 'scallops' of your shroud look super-clean, almost like they were machine cut or cut with a die of some type.

I was doing some practice cutting on copies of the 1/70 tank shroud for the Estes kit, and with either scissors or hobby knife, it is hard to cut those curved scalloped areas cleanly.

What's your secret??

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