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Legos: How To Do A Prop Blade?

Sun Apr 29, 2007 4:39 am

I'm planning on building another Lego airplane at some point. Since I'm thinking of a prop, and since I want to do a lot of fancy stuff, naturally the props have to be modeled nicely. So I've been wondering since yesterday evening how I could do the prop blades, with that curve. I'd like the prop blade to keep its shape no matter what (either stay put or dislocate, that is.)

Any ideas?
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