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What's the most valuable propbuilding skill that you bring to the table?

I guess mine is soldering and the ability to read a schematic. Without those two skills, none of my electronic props would do anything.

I wish I could paint better, but my artistic style has never been too strong in any areas.

What's your most valuable skill?
 

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Mine would be dreaming up the ideas in my head. As for actually doing them...
 

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Hmmmm... most valuable skill...

Painting, carving, designing. I can plan the crap out of something; sometimes to the point of over-kill. I can put all of the pieces together and turn a wrench pretty quickly when needed. I am very detailed oriented and research a lot for realism.

Now, least valuable skill.... woodworking. Thank God my hubby is so understanding. He has saved my butt more times than I can count.
 

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I am like Zombie. I used to work for Motorola fixing cell phones so I am good at Electronics. The art part is what gets me. While building my crypt, and at the painting stage, I had to paint over and over and over till I got it right. I guess that is how I am going to get good at art. Now, lets talk about taking someones idea for a prop? LOL.
 

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I'd been starting to wonder if I had any skills because I certainly am electronics stupid, and I don't really have good woodworking skills (probably because I'm impatient) but I think I've finally found my skill! Coming up with great ideas that are way beyond my skills and means!! LOL
 
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