So you’ve cut your pieces; nice puzzle. Then you grind to make your pieces fit. You’ve foiled all those lovely pieces and still it doesn’t look like much. Lots of work but nothing show for but all that work needs to be done.
Now you tack all your pieces together with a drop of solder and it’s starting to look like your project and every project is different. As much as you try to cut the same you will always have to grind a little here or there a little differently than the next.
Take Casey for example his ear is not as big as my drawing but I changed direction when I was assembly it together.
I find a lot of animals make good project, people love animals.
Once you’ve tacked your pieces together, you’ll now go and make nice solder seams from one end to the next, trying to not stop. You can always go back to repair as often as you want. But there comes a time when you have to say it’s good it look nice.