(For Kiteman's International Go-Pro Challenge)
The 'international' part of this ible is the fact that Singapore used to be a humble fishing village and is now a successful trading port, so boats are pretty important in the development of my country. Hope you enjoy it!
(For the Make It Stick Contest 2)
I've used super glue here though there's not a lot. But hey, its a good use of it!
(For the 4th Epilog challenge)
I think these are pretty cool because they're so tiny! It requires a lot of precision to build these and a lot of creativity to turn a piece of PVC into a ship, so I think I'm pretty eligible to enter this contest. Plus I have a shrink ray.
(Constructive criticism welcomed)
(None of the pictures were taken with potatoes, though some with a watermelon)
Step 1: Materials
1) A piece of PVC
2) Super glue (CA)
3) Alumin- (whatever you call it) foil
Now that was a *ahem* long list...
Step 2: Tools
1) Junior hacksaw (a regular one's a bit thick)
2) Sandpaper (80 and 220)
3) An ultra fine point sharpie
4) A knife
5) A flame (I used an alcohol lamp cos it looks cool)
6) Pliers (I used some old forceps)
Step 3: Measure and cut
Trim off the burrs with a knife and sand it nice and smooth. It makes it easier to handle later.