Gundam EZEight (email@example.com)
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 17:51:01 -0800 (PST)
you've got to dish out $40 for an airbrush. even a
cheap one will work, and it's a lot better than spray
because if you mix the paint right, the coats will be
a lot thinner than spray
--- Graham Belmont <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Hi, I've been using Tamiya Pearl White spray paint
> and it comes out very
> >splotchy, even after I shake it for 1-2 minutes. It
> takes several passes
> >with the spray paint to cover the plastic and even
> then the raised parts
> >(lettering) are the plastic color.
> > Can anyone suggest a better white spray paint or
> am I doing something
> I've learned (the hard way) not to trust most Tamiya
> products. I like their
> glosses, but that's about it (and even then it's
> only the black and blue).
> Testors flat white spray enamel is the best white
> that I've come across to
> date. All others usually end up too thick, chalky,
> or looking like cottage
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