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Like I mentioned before, I held my spikes on extra with small dowels drilled into the main body&spikes, then silicone adhesive caulk to glue them on. This shot is a few of the dowels, and the priming coat to make the shield sealed and able to be worked with (you'll never guess what I used for patching the scratches and nicks....X3)
yanyan110088 posted on 08-16-2010 at 08:40 PM:
toothpaste? people use that on CDs, so I guess the worst that can happen is a minty scent, aye?
|ShinobiXikyu replied on 08-18-2010 at 03:10 PM:|
Lol, nope. Though it worked about as well (as in, not very). X_X I used drywalling spackle.
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