Learn what parts of the French curve set are helpful in making scribing lines on sheet plastic. Learn to cut teeny tiny thin pieces of sheet plastic to make the exposed greeblies that are on normal Death Glider wings (non-canon - they cannot be seen on screen), and then contrive a reasonable pattern onto the tubular wing.
Play around with some RTV and resin to make the wing using the mangled sheet plastic. Make a copy that is acceptable. Again. And again. I ran into many, many shape issues, and getting this completed became Zeno's Paradox personified. I did indeed give up, and handed off the masters, such are they are, over to a garage kit maker who will hopefully have better luck than I did!
When the Wrecks Contest was announced, I pulled out my surviving resin experiments from various storage bins, and was determined to get this one finally completed. Snapping some pictures of the finished model under various bushes in my yard was very satisfying to me, even if a bit puzzling to the neighbors.
Image: Getting started
Image: Wing inset pattern
Image: Fun with scribing
Image: Resin poured
Image: Basic shell
Image: Right side, on stand
Image: Left/front view "on the set"