a guest post by Silvio Mancini
The froth-centred boards can simply reduce intricate shapes that may then be glued into creating your preferred model aircraft. Paper-faced foam core boards could be substituted with a uncoated Depron kind of board. The paper coating may also be easily stripped in the foam, but it's frequently a lot easier to leave the coating aside because, many times, it proves to be a great surface to colour.
The steps to creating a foam model aircraft are listed below.
First of all, get a design from the trustworthy designer. You will find a few different designs available online (the website mentioned above is a great source of high quality model aircraft plans and drawings); anyway you will have to craft your plane on a piece of paper to be able to later transfer the look towards the flat foam sheets. It will help to start out with a design that's been created and evaluated by other modellers as they have already bee assessed all the cutting steps.