Here is where I stand today with Wolfie:
Last night I sanded down the primer coat using a block sander. This gave me depth perception for eying all the dings, grooves and imperfections (low spots) I have on the surface because of its darker color in contract to the lighter filler underneath it. Later, when finding the finer imperfections I will spray cheap black spray paint on top of the grey primer...more on this later though.
After sanding the primer down I used a plastic Bondo spreader and coated the whole hull with red Evercoat glaze, paying particular attention to make sure the low spots were filled out. When dry, almost the entire glaze coat was sanded down, leaving just a few red spots here and there. I don’t want to see a lot of red left on there because that is not the purpose of this product. Its use is to fill minor imperfections like low spots and scratches. Pretty boring stuff for you guys to read, but essential nonetheless to get a good finish.
Notice the front excess material has been cut off now and the bow tip has been shaped out. The rear material will be cut off later because it is nice to have for rolling the plug around on the bench;
A heavy coat of primer applied; this time it will be staying on I will work on top of it now fixing up the small stuff.