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    Sculptured interiors?

    The tweed style with inset flames etc, what material is used on top of normal card that you cut to get the 'relief' pattern? Also where can it be bought ?
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    I think its just stiff upholstery foam Kev, M&M trimmers maybe?

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    High density foam is available in different thicknesses from upholstery suppliers. May need to buy a whole roll though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    The tweed style with inset flames etc, what material is used on top of normal card that you cut to get the 'relief' pattern? Also where can it be bought ?
    If your using a tweed style material with a foam backing you can use the same card material and a good quality spray glue,if not its normally a hard foam more like polystyrene that you cut out the shape you want .i'll try and remember where i used to get it from before i pop over .
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    It's to use with vinyl Matt, another little BIVA tweak

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    It's to use with vinyl Matt, another little BIVA tweak
    On Fleabay look under foam board looks very similar to what i used in the past available in 3mm/5mm/and 10mm some advertisers near us too.
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    If it's for the door & trim panels you can also buy patterns pre made. google Rod Doors, they sell a range of pre pattened boards
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