RMO & BCO
405th Regiment Officer
Took a dinner break and started the shin to compare, we'll see how it looks. I might get distracted by the Red Arrow tall boys in my fridge and finish tomorrow, who knows.Gravemind says: a bit smaller. I think it could fit a little nicer.
Nice job on the grav hammer templates and scaling.
One tip i should share is using a Dremel sanding for all your external edges. Not seam lines, but where any foam edges are bare. This is just something i have been doing, and it gives each 90' corner a chamfered edge, and makes the part look like it was manufactured. I use the crap outta my Dremel, and it yields some nice results.
I'm all about fillets but yeah, chamfering sounds like a good plan to help reduce wear as well. I usually use the aluminum oxide drums for blending and filleting, do you use the same usually when you add chamfers?