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Re: tdk cowl in foam/urethane paint
The nose part is an easy fix.
Get a pair of sharp ginger scissors. they are good because you can get nice cuts from just the tips. go into where the nostril holes are in the inside, and trim it down. basically trim the wall thickeness of the nostril hole area. That will fix that.
Okay, I'll try that.
Here are some "before" shots of my fat face:
It's a darn shame that my face distorts this mask so much-- it is a BEAUTIFUL sculpt when it is just sitting on display, and the foam is just amazing.
Last edited by MannieBothans, 5/27/2009, 7:58 am
This city is afraid of me. It has seen my true face.
5/26/2009, 8:02 pm
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