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Painting a prop?

Discussion in 'Covering and Painting' started by acerc, Jul 9, 2015.

   
  1. Rolling.Circle

    Rolling.Circle 100cc

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    Thanks WMcNabb

    I had another prop getting painted. So, this is a Falcon 27 x 11 for the EF 104 in a similar theme to the one we had. Just changing it up a little. Not the best flash/light to show off the sparkles in the paint but you get the idea.

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  2. grumman-cats

    grumman-cats 50cc

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    Nothing fancy here but it makes the plane look that much better.
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  3. tailskid

    tailskid 70cc twin V2

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    Paint used?
     
  4. grumman-cats

    grumman-cats 50cc

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    I use auto-air colors. there really user friendly and are compatible with most clear coats. they have a huge variety of colors and are so easy to mix.
     
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