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49362Re: [Z_Scale] Re: I don't get it... shiny or dirty?

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  • Randall Smidt
    Dec 1, 2006
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      Some types will just need a spray of dullcoat, but more often than not, you will need to paint the plastic since some give a translucent look and actually let some light through. I think this has been discussed previously in relation to interior lighting in buildings and some plastic models having the walls "glow".


      Loren Snyder <ljsnyder@...> wrote:

      I guess I have a question for any and all. Since Karin, myself, and others
      I am sure disdain the shiny plastic look, is spraying dull coat the answer
      to most of the problem? Or does a light misting of an air brush with either
      gray, blac, or white also do the trick?
      Answer time...........


      -------Original Message-------

      From: Karin Svenson

      I don't mind a clean looking train but very much dislike that
      plastic look that comes with model railroading.

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