I am still in the search for a good technique in order to fill gaps between my canopies and jet fuselage. I was using squadron putty but wasn't happy with the results around the canopy, I would just make a mess. I was recently told to use Elmer white glue, so I did and after a small application in the seam around my masked canopy and fuselage it looked good but the seam was still there, so I put more glue and this technique showed its limit as if you put too much it doesn't sand at all. Thank god it removes easily, I took it all off with twizers. So I am back to square one on my Heller 1/72 Mirage 2000 C. I have been searching the web today for some other techniques and read about using Mr Surfacer which I am pretty sure I have seen at Hobbytown USA here in Atlanta which is my closest hobby store. Has anyone used it for that purpose of filling canopies seams as it is really a primer ? It comes in a spray can or regular bottle in 500, 1000 and 1200. I think 500 is coarser and better for seams. Do you let it dry then sand it? Does it dry clear ?
Anything will help, thanks in advance