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Papercraft Walrus-class submarine WIP 5a by ninjatoespapercraft Papercraft Walrus-class submarine WIP 5a by ninjatoespapercraft
This is what's left after making a papercraft Royal Netherlands Navy Walrus-class submarine: ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2014/02… ;o)
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404bot Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2014
Just wanted to ask...  were all parts cut by scalpel blade? Ain't it more time-consuming than casual scissors cutting?

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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014

I always use an X-Acto knife (with a #11 blade, the long, sharp triangular kind). There are other papercrafters that like scissors better too, but personally, I would find it difficult to cut tiny parts like the periscopes or holes "inside" parts, even with small, special craft scissors so for me, using an X-Acto knife is faster.


But like all things papercraft, it's really a personal choice, so if other people get the best results with scissors, there's no reason to change! ;o)

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