Hi all! Just signed up. I saw some of Zealots models whilst searching the web for some models to get started. I was amazed at how detailed his work is and hope to work up to the level of being about to make some of them! I have been modeling most of my life in wood, plastic and metal, and wanted to start in paper, as a "break" between the others (mostly wooden ships, plastic models and metal miniatures). I figured I can rotate between them for more variety, or a break between projects! One issue I am a bit confused about is the choice of glues. I have seen several recommendations, and just wondered if it is a question of preference, rather than a question of performance. I had bought a few of the glue sticks (Scotch Craft stick & permanent glue as well as an Avery one), but it seems that most people are using a liquid tacky glue. I would have thought even used sparingly that that kind of glue could cause warping in the model. Do the glue stick glues hold as well as the liquids? I would guess many people here have used both, and wondered what you might think of as the best choice. Thanks for any input!!