GriswoldStyle Posted September 16, 2020 Share Posted September 16, 2020 (edited) So I finally got into the spirit this year and spent the last 2 days finishing up the newest addition of a 6 foot tall singing angel. The angel is coroplast cut with a jigsaw and place onto a pressure treated plywood backing with a 2" overlap or coro all the way around and a circle cut out of the angel face for the nodes to fit easier. Leaving just shy of 2" of plywood around the face for support. Luckily I did not have to draw it on the coroplast. I tweaked it on the computer and cut two halve of a 23" wide decal since I am in the decal business it made it much easier to trace the outline and face movements. Although I screwed up a bit on the drilling of the face but I can always replace the head with a new peace of coroplast and correct it later.. I used a step drill bit but was using a free hand drill . Here are the end results. It was fun to build although hot and humid here in the nature coast of florida. Edited September 16, 2020 by GriswoldStyle Missing linked images 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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