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  1. Please support my Lego ideas artists studio set :) it is quick to do so , you will need to create an account and answer 4 multiple choices quick questions in order to support it . Link removed
  2. TJoling

    Drawing paper

    Hi all, When I'm designing the exterior of the vehicles I build, especially when it's a scale model of a real life vehicle, I tend to draw the contours on a piece of paper and put a grid over it see how every detail should be positioned. Although there are a lot of fancy computerprograms like photoshop which can do this for you digitally, I tend to do it on good ol' paper And I figured I may not be the only one who thinks photoshop is too complicated to do such a simple task, so I made a couple of pdfs and put them in a shared folder for you to enjoy too link In the folder you will find 4 files: a grid the size of 1x1 plates and a grid the size of 1x1 studs, both available in A4 and A3 printsize. Good luck with them!