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You may also bend sheets of balloon filled RMS panels into tighter curves. Here the fuselage of this airplane is a cylinder made from RMS Banners. Notice that the the cylinder shape was modified from (1) round at the front for the engine to (2) square in the middle for the cockpit to (3) relatively flat in the rear for the tail fin.

"Joseph's Airplane"

     
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Another useful curve with balloon filled RMS panels is a cone. Make points for pencils or rocket ships. Create an icecream cone, dunce cap, top for your castle turret or even a Christmas tree like this one from an international balloon convention in Mexico.

Cone Christmas Tree

   

 

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