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10-22-11 07:42 PM
Cypher871 Much better with the music level and nice demonstration of the techniques used.

Personally I would have just used plastic weld or liquid poly to glue the model in the first place but that's my personal preference...I hate gluing plastic models with Cyanoacrylate.
10-20-11 05:47 AM
UselesswizarD
Video: Gap Filling & Sanding

This second video is on gap filling.

Using backing powder mixed with superglue is a great and cheap way to fill small gaps in your models, plus it's completely sandable!


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