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If you think you’re too old to play with plasticine, think again. During the recent lockdown, Jaguar modellers Joe and Lucas kept their sculpting skills fresh while at home, sourcing materials to create mini E-TYPE Jaguars.

Usually, designers of this calibre would be found in a sophisticated design studio finessing full-size car models – a traditional craft which 3D printing and computer design simply can’t replace.

But instead, this ‘crafty’ pair utilised tools from around the house, including cardboard, foil, knives, peelers and even a can of hairspray acting as a rolling pin. What resulted was this time-lapse video of super-fast, super-resourceful plasticine car sculpting.

Think you could do better?