1.With the rendering from the HOK program at his side, John used blue fine-line tape to map out the design. Just like grocery bags at the supermarket, fine-line tape comes in two basic styles: paper and plastic. The best advice we offer here is to pick up a roll of each and see which one bends and turns better for you. In our experience, the 1/4-inch plastic (shown) is a good all-around fine-line tape that leaves a crisp edge. Close attention is paid to door edges by trimming tape in the center of a gap and pushing it in as much as possible. This leaves a much cleaner edge (inset).