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wingnut02 Mar 2023 11:23 p.m. PST

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I finished up another article on the blog on how to scratch build sails for gaming ships. This uses a thin Polystyrene sheet to make sales that will be more durable than paper but less of a hassle than using real sail cloth. This is a tutorial for those interested, I'm not saying that Paper or cloth is bad, just how to re-create the same method I do.
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irishserb03 Mar 2023 6:53 a.m. PST

Very nicely done. Thanks for sharing that.

Makhno191804 Mar 2023 8:16 a.m. PST

Thanks for this tutorial! I may have to try this method on some of my cardboard ships. I think our local hobby store carries polystyrene sheets. That micro hole puncher looks like a good investment. I wonder if my little awl will do the trick of getting through the plastic.

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