Dremel Dremel

I got absolutely frozen and soaked this morning at the sprog’s rugby practice, so didn’t fancy sitting in an equally frozen garage at the workbench this afternoon with shaky painting hands. Instead, I whipped out my Dremel and cut off the sharp ends of a shedload of 40, 30, 20 and 13.5mm panel pins, ready to use as flight stand components for  MiG Alley. I’ve been meaning to do this for a while but hadn’t got round to it, so it was a good use of an hour or so and warmed me up a bit, especially when the sparks were flying.
I also drilled loads of holes in a Hotwheels Chevy hot rod, ready to glue in carefully re-bent bits of heavy duty paper clip wire to make roll bars and rams, for use with Gaslands and Axles and Alloys II. The idea is to replicate something along the lines of the old cover art for the Battlecars board game, if you know what I mean?  I’m not sure this will actually look right in the end but its definitely worth a try for the price of a few cheapo wire staples, some judicious drilling and a bit of imagination?

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