Well, you see in the days of Wing Gundam; Bandai used red plastics that will bleed through enamel paint (I don't know if they still use the same plastic on new kits). This is also common in other brands like Tamiya, thus it is imperative to use a primer before applying enamels on red plastic.
Bleeding as in the color pigment will combine with the wet paint like a new red t-shirt washed with your whites. In the end you get pink clothes, but in this case your white paint will have turned pink or have pink streaks.
It will only affect enamel over untreated red plastic as far as I know.
nyeee..I love pink but not a pink mecha...I already tried putting orange enamel on white plastic using my Rein weis and there's nothing wrong with it..I also tried on my Reise applying white enamel and it's ok too, nothing went pink on the part..
thanks for the tip Genji. I was thinking of painting my brother's blitzer sonic to white..thank goodnes I haven't started it..~_~
boris: WOW! wala ng tao ata dito
Sept 24, 2014 23:57:05 GMT 8
mechapunk: seems like it. a far cry when it was a fresh board in 2001. we started with just Malvin,me, omni x, and oliver. then it rose to about a hundred members, lurkers and the like. now it is a Ghost town.
Oct 2, 2014 19:49:27 GMT 8