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Re: [z_scale] Painting Micron Art Brass Kits

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  • Reynard Wellman
    Hello Roy, Yes, for some reason primer paint is too thick and tends to mix in with the color you are trying to achieve. I never primer paint with acrylics. I
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 26, 2002
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      Hello Roy,

      Yes, for some reason primer paint is too thick and
      tends to mix in with the color you are trying to achieve.
      I never primer paint with acrylics. I just put two coats
      of the color I want and it seems to work.

      An expert with the airbrush can do it in one coat.

      Best regards,
      Reynard
      On Thursday, December 26, 2002, at 01:35 PM, Roy Stevens wrote:

      > Yes, but you must first prime them.  I wouldn't recommend it, in Z the
      > two
      > coats of paint will end up 6" thick, hiding detail.  Use Floquil, in
      > the
      > small bottles, with a small paint brush, and you won't need to "deal"
      > with
      > fumes, unless you're severly allergic.
      >
      > Roy Stevens
      >
      > >Subject: Painting Micron Art Brass Kits
      > >
      > >Can you use acrylics on these? Hate dealing with the fumes from
      > >enamel. Thanks.
      > >
      >
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