Legos are extremely important, overlooked learning tools. The best engineers probably played with them.
You can use anything. Go to the automotive store and pick up a gallon of Bondo.
If you don't have the $ for that, or the nose, get Durham's Water Putty, at your local paint store. It is ike plaster, but less chalky. You can mix it with paper or sawdust to help thicken it. A good size can will set u back around 6 or 7 bux.
Save stryrofoam as well. You can carve this, and glue it . It can be used as an underlayment for your structure, or background.
Building prototypes for a living.
· 1 decade ago