So in my attempt at glueing the top of a razorback on, i seem to of put to much glue on some of the seems, and it looks very glossy... will the paint cover up this little flub or is there a way i can remove it from the surface of the model?
you can file it down with a soft grade nail file, or scrape it gently with the back of your xacto blade as I usually do. The paint will take the gloss away, but the glue marks will still show unless you file it down.
Well, i ended up using isopropyl alchohol to soften the glue then scraped it off with a knife, then filed down the edges so they look smooth. Hopefully the paint will cover up the tool marks on the surface.
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