Acrylic paint dries up fairly quickly compared to Enamel. In my experience in airbrushing, Acrylic paints are easier to clean up compared to other types of paint when you use it on an airbrush since it's water based. I usually wait for the Acrylic to dry and let it sit for 5-10 mins depending on how thick the coat of paint I applied. I usually apply Primer first before actually airbrushing the actual color of paint desired.
Thanks for the help. I guess I really should use a primer this time.
Ah I see, so it's for the panel lines pala. I think masmadali if you'll apply the clear gloss sa entire part. Pero if there are areas where you don't want it to end up being glossy or shiny, it would be better to apply only on selected areas to seal in the paint/lines. Yung mga lang mas-matagal siya gawin kasi you'd have to do some masking pa.
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can anyone help me pls (cause im going to join the BAKAC contest NOV 5 05) 1) how do you remove the excess plastic when building a gundam model kit? 2)is tamiya enamel paint ok? or is there something much better enamel paints besides tamiya 3)do you people use gundam markers the 0.04 used for linening the black one and so the other gundam markers for coloring?
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