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For creating ship: Find a container of suitable size (in my case, the foam was taken out of the box with office equipment, I liked the rim height and length of the structure). For the convenience of further work, I filled all the voids tank mounting foam. Once the foam has dried – cut off all the excess, giving the design offers the shape of the ship.

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DIY: Recycled Newspaper Temple at Home


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