Magic Sculpt machines up nicely, and is very durable in the hand.
So, I needed to go further, to refine the proof of concept.
Yesterday's capture plate and today's rework of the upper hull have given me a solid machining strategy to finish the work.
The seam where the upper hull meets its capture plate matching piece is gorgeous. Whether the client wants to fill this in with putty, cover it with a strip of styrene strip, or leave it as is will be determined.
I'm very happy with how this is turning out, except for the cloud of epoxy chips that now surround me, and my black-stained hands. ;)
On to the Lower Hull!