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    What a clever idea! I'm turned off by your spit in the photos though.

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    yeh sorry about that Canopicdoll, I didn't realise just how grosse that would look into I was editing the images, by then I'd glued the joint so there was no going back

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    Girly whines about looking at spit aside (eww....grody! what are you? Paris Hilton?!) This Tute ROCKS! Great idea, I hate the GW way, I usually put a slightly longer pin in that the original hole and scrape a location out, this is much better!
    Thanks! I wil ltry this on my GD entry, TODAY!

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    much better than the gw way. and also the way i use - guesswork!

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    to quote the guiness... BRILLIANT!

    i can now pin my penitent engines with impunity... thanks dude!

    p.s. spit yuck... oh well.

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    "Apply a special non-stick liquid release agent (that's spit to you and me) on and all around the hole."

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    "Apply a special non-stick liquid release agent (that's spit to you and me) on and all around the hole."

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    Whats wrong with spit my mouths full of it it doesnt seem to have done me any harm. Good tutorial I ve always guessed it it the past and then filled up the resulting gaps with green stuff. Speaking of green stuff heres a tip to stop it sticking to your utensil....spit on the back of your hand and dip your modelling tool in the resultant puddle. works great and saves loadsa time Heh heh Richard (aftermath)

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    I love it! Simple, effective, and something everyone and anyone can use.

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    Good article. It's better than my current techinique - eyeing it.

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    Doh! This is the dogs danglies, thanx for clearing my pinning anxieties, tried this and it works soooo well. grats.

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    Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    brilliant, I was having a real problem with pinning the other night could of done with this then. Cheers for the info

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    Tried it last night on my prized FW warhound Titan kit.
    Flawless! (although i really shouldnt use this technique after eating curry!)
    Worked superbly all the same. P 20 out of 10

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    Thank for the article! I'm going to start pinning my mini together! 10 points!

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    Sorry to be a ninny here but a vice is a depraved habit, and a vise holds things tightly. A pin vice sounds like something an unethical acupuncturist would be guilty of; otherwise, excellent article.

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    Love the article...Clear and easy to follow.
    I've been using this non-stick agent for decades to keep my brushes pointy...now I have another use.
    Seems to be a multi-purpose agent. :P
    --heh, heh, "spit around the hole"..heh, mmh, he-heh--
    Sorry, I couldn't resist...

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    nice i am always finding myself with thousands of wholes that dont fit but now theres a way!!
    is that a titans leg ?

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    daemon boy, close but no cigar, it's a titan shoulder joint; the finished model can be seen here http://www.coolminiornot.com/160054
    cheers for the feedback guys, glad you found it helpful.

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