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Mark where this ear joins the face. The face will be sanded in two steps. 36) First tape all the face parts to the sanding shim. Round the head toward the top, then blend in the raised nose area, and taper the sides of the head toward the ears. 37) Be careful not to sand below the ear on the left side. 38) at your pencil line. (Photo Round the eye lid leaving it a little thicker than the upper eye areas. Mark the upper side of the eye. I sanded the eye down a little below the pencil line with the Wonder Wheel.

Also, if there are any gaps, it helps the stain the space between the parts. Then we seal the back side with a clear acrylic spray. STEP SIX Gluing the Puppy Down The puppy is now ready to glue down to the backing. Place the parts on the backing and check all the edges to make sure there no backing is exposecL If the backing is showing, you will need to mark those areas and trim them on your saw. Pick a few key parts to lock the project in place. The bottom of the basket makes a good locking part.

Drill the holes befare sawing. After all the parts have been cut, assemble the project and check how everything fits. Cut a shim to raise the nose sections, as indicated an the pattern. Remember to sand the part that would be the farthest away first. In this case, the left leg and the left ear is a good place to start. The raised nose is the last part to sand. After everything is sanded to shape, go back and clean everything up. Hand sand where needed. Now the project is ready to be finished. Af ter the finish is dry, glue the parts down.

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