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    tubes,wires and tenticles oh my!

    I was wanting to add lots of tubes and wires to my ork big mek and various other models and was wondering what ya'll would sugest? any help would be much apreciated n.n


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    Guitarstrings is the thing
    That and small sausages of greenstuff and/or really thin wire from hightech-crap.

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    Bang on. I must say, guitar strings are very tough and ridgid, useing two pairs of FLAT nosed pliers to bend them is a must.

    You can use thin paper clips for small cables too.

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    I would second dan's suggestion of paper clips. cheap, easily obtainable and pretty effective. (;

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    thank you, thank you, all good sugestions I'll try em out and see which one works best for me. thanks much

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    Some pictures here.



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    If you don't have flat nosed pliars, if you have electrical or masking tape, wrap that around the teeth. Makes them perfect for not damaging models.

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