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I'd recomend cutting the line then cutting again. That way your not too cocky. 🤔🤣
 
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I'd recomend cutting the line then cutting again. That way your not too cocky. 🤔🤣
the current body I just did for the wheeler, i cut right below the line so I left a little so I don't mess it up.
I need to learn how to cut straight
And need more experience in the corners and difficult parts of the body
 
The easiest way to cut the curves is with a brand new exacto. After using scissors to remove all the large straight areas, I just do a light score following the cut line with the exacto blade. Then I use scissors and cut reliefs in the tight areas. Once you do this the sections will just snap out with a little bending, and it will break along your scribe lines. Or you can buy some curved cutical scissors, and those do a good job in the wheel openings.
 
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