Newbie Question - probabaly has been addressed before

Discussion in 'Architecture Models' started by NorCalWM, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. NorCalWM

    NorCalWM New Member

    Ok, a newbie question - I'm building a couple of the Instant Durable Cathedrals. I was curious if most builders bend their scores only to the necessary angle, or even if they need only a 90 degree bend, do many people go ahead and bend the score to 180 degrees to make it a bit more crisp. Just curious.
  2. buffalowings

    buffalowings New Member

    I find that if I bend a scored edge too far, the paper looks a bit crinkled, not really a big deal in the sum of the whole project, but its really up to you
  3. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    I think in the long term, if any cracks develop, it will be where the paper is stretched. Since it is in your hands, you will know how far you can go. Personally think that if people scanned sections of those Cathedrals, much cold be done to raise the texture that some are so desperately lacking. You star doing that and you won't have to even think about corners. They do look quite impressive built as they are. I always though if you could ask the Priest for some Holy Water (ask, don't take it), you could make a "real" altar. Then it becomes more than just a model though, more of a vessel, if you know what I mean. :)

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