Fuller, Bill (bill.fuller@eds.com)
Wed, 29 Nov 2000 11:53:29 -0500

I generally cut, glue, assemble and sand/file before I prime the kit.
For spray primer, the Tamaya Grey is really nice. It brings out the details
well, and it'll also let you know if you did a good enough job with sanding.
In the past, I've found it more of a hassle to prime the kit on the sprues,
you have to do more touch-ups that way.

And one day I'll actually post pics of the kits that I've done....one day.

-----Original Message-----
From: Vince Leon [mailto:vleon@email.arizona.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, 28 November, 2000 15:08
To: 'gundam@aeug.org'
Subject: RE: [gundam] Model priming

I take the parts off the tree first then I prime the kit.

If you're looking for a brush on primer, then try Mr. Surface

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Vince Leon

-----Original Message-----
From: Echo|Fox [SMTP:echofox@wingzero.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 12:43 PM
To: gundam@aeug.org
Subject: [gundam] Model priming

I've got a question that probably both those using spray on primer and
airbrushes can answer.
You take your tree of parts and you spray/airbrush the whole thing the
appropriate color, but what do you do about the areas that were scarred
around where you removed it from the tree? I'm most interested about the
primer side, since I've yet to find brush on primer that I could use to
fill in any primer that was removed.
Arigatou ;p

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