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Building Structures With Cardstock and Paper Silver City Mine Sh

$48.00



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  • Model: MWTM2041

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MWTM - Building Structures With Cardstock and Paper

Title: "BUILDING STRUCTURES WITH CARDSTOCK AND PAPER” Cost: $48 Scale: Any [You MUST Specify Ahead of Time}

Date: 13 July 2020 Time: 1:00pm – 5:30pm

Lead Instructor: Jim Gore, MMR, assisted by MMRs Peter Youngblood and Clark Kooning.

Jim Gore, MMR, will take you on an amazing journey into Cardstock and Paper buildings. This hands-on clinic is all about building structures from paper which has been printed to look like a building. This clinic will cover the construction of a basic cardstock kit. He will cover printing, cardstock selection, and tools and techniques and some detailing and weathering ideas for cardstock in general. You will be amazed at how real these card stock buildings look. And yes, we will build a structure – Silver City Storage Shed from Clever Models.

Required Tools Participants Must Provide:
Scale Rule or Straight Edge (Metal, if possible)
# 1 X-acto knife with new #11 blade
Extra new #11 blades
Self-healing cutting mat 8 1/2” x 12” (or larger is fine)
Fine-tipped forceps (“tweezers” not a haemostat)
#2 or smaller stiff-bristled brush
CA Glue (Medium Viscosity)
Copic Pen (T4 Toner Gray) [Try an Art Supply Store like Blicks]
Straight Pin

Participants need to bring their own tools in order to participate in these clinics

Bring any other tools you usually use or might find useful. Optional tools: Optivisor, extra work light. These are handy tools which you could use in our clinics, but it is not essential that you buy them just for this week. It is your option! A good way to carry all of these tools is to buy a small inexpensive plastic tackle box. These are usually available at department stores year-round.

Please note an updated tool list may be sent to you the week prior to the convention. If not listed here, we will provide materials such as glues and paints.


This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 29 February, 2020.