The first job on the Y6 bodywork is to push through the rivets in the side skirts. To aid the modeller, half-etch dimples are found on the back of the metal.
Well, they would aid the modeller if they weren't so large!
Aiming the rivet press is a challenge. Even using the bare metal spike rather than the thinner etched one doesn't help.
The best I could do was squint and try to aim the spike into the middle of the dimple.
(Note: I know the top photo shows things not lined up. I was working one-handed to I could weild the camera as well. You realy are picky)
Not a neat line of rivets but a wobbly one. The long horrizontal set are OK but the verticals have the odd-mis-placed lumps.
If I did this again, I might draw some lines to help me but I'm not sure sighting them under the press would be possible.