Customs: Filling in the gaps

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  1. Sideways77

    Sideways77 some garbage is okay

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    I'm in the process of my Slipstream custom, one arm done. But there's alot of gaps. How could you fill in the gaps?
     
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    Altitron Commercial Artist

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    I use Tamiya epoxy putty.

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  3. Sideways77

    Sideways77 some garbage is okay

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    Where do you get it,?
     
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    I use mighty putty for filling gaps, because it sets fast.
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    Altitron Commercial Artist

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    ...Japan. :D  The stuff is local here, so I'm not sure what you'd have to pick up elsewhere. Aves Epoxy Sculpt, Milliput, Mighty Putty?

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