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Old 06-05-2003, 05:00 AM   #1
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How to work with Putty

I go one more. You want.

How to ...Build your own body kit.

1.Perpare a pill of water and wet your fingers. Make sure all your fingers must be always wet, if not the putty will stuck on your finger.
2.Use plastic card/ Styrene card to make the shape you wish the body to look.
3.Put epoxy putty on your body with water.
4.Rub the surface of the epoxy putty to smoothen the surface.
5.Leave dry.
6.Use pencil to draw out the shape you want.
7.Sand it down with diamond files set.
8.Use Commerial water-proof sandpaper 220 grade. (Grey surface)
9.Prime it with surfacer primer to check mistake. It may be hole and uncovered surface or line that cause by sandpaper.
10. Continue step 7, 8 and 9 until surface are smooth.
11.Ready to spray your color.

Have fun.

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