As promised, here is a brief section on the "Water games". Water-shaping is extremely effective when you use heavy cardboard for assembly or if the part has to be shaped against the grain of the card. The card is so sturdy that normal ways of pre-shaping won't apply. If you pre-shape it the way you are used to, the part will get wrinkled and uneven. To avoid that you'll have to make the part softer before you start. All you need is a part of sturdy cardboard and a bowl with some water. Put some drops of water onto the area which has to be formed. The card I used was very sturdy. Hence I could make it pretty wet. Shape the area as usual. Glue it together. Proceed with the other areas. Done! Once the part has dried completely it will hold its new shape. Please remember that this works only with coloured card or a print which has been sealed before. The thicker the card the more water you need. You may use this technique on regular print-outs but then take special care. Use water VERY sparingly on the unprinted back side only and do not allow it to soak into the paper because then it will affect the colour and thus ruin the part. It is always recommended to test the procedure on a piece of scrap card to get a feel of it.