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Since I started using putty again in my old age, I have been able to use it to hide a lot of seams such as those in hair, and other things that should not show a seam. When I reposed my Iron Man kit I carved lines into the new areas that were filled in with Aves Apoxie Sculpt, to look like it matched the patterns of the parts nearby. It worked great. Some I did right after puttying, and some I did the next day. I think the putty does dry harder over a longer time, but in the short term it is easy to carve, trim, sand, etc.

Using these types of putty is really extremely easy, as long as you mix exactly 1:1 from both parts, and mix it very, very well. If you don't do this, it might not harden. I have had excellent results just using water to thin and blend it, but I hear that the product Aves sells for this purpose works much better. So far I have not felt the need to buy it.

I highly recommend this stuff!:thumbsup:
 
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