Despite my status as 'extreme veteran' or whatever it is, i am very inexperienced in card models. So far the ones i have made had no armature or whatever you call the skeleton that you make for most card models. So, i am contemplating making my first airplane and will have to use the formers that make up the planes skeleton and then skin the wings and fuselage etc with the colour printed pieces. So, here is the stupid question part. How do i glue the external skin parts to the armature/skeleton i make? There is almost no surface area for glueing to. The model i am contemplating is rather large and it seems to me that glueing the surface of the wings, fuselage etc to the skeleton/armature will be both difficult (how do i hold the parts in place for hours while the glue dries?) and also won't be very strong once it does dry, because of the small surface area for gluing, which is basically just the edges of the formers. It can obviously be done, but i am a bit perplexed as to how to best proceed. Help appreciated.