Got all of the rudder foam glued and shaped. With rough faired along the trailing edge with filler compound. The picture is not very good as it was taken with a camera phone.
Hope to cut and fit glass this weekend.
The most convenient tools used to shape the foam was the woodworking planes from Microplane. They make a metal disc that replaces standard hook/loop 5 inch sanding discs, which worked really well.
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