hey can any 1 post a step by step methode to make a really hot shiney flake paint job i think im missing some steps or somthing
hey can you tell me how to do it cuz im gunno pick up sum paint pretty soon and i dont know what i need or give me a link to a site that tells you howOriginally posted by The Mad Modeler@Jan 9 2004, 05:31 PM
you lookin for some of that big ass old school gangsta flake?
it's kinda hard to see in this picture but, i did the green Kandy and then green flake in the clear over top of it.
like i said, kinda hard to see in the picture but...
Whats up homie, where in Ca are you right now? Are you close to Montclair, Ca. That is where Pegasus hobby shop is at and they have Hok in spray cans and in jars for airbrushing.Originally posted by Madd-Dogg@Jan 9 2004, 07:35 PM
thanx but iunno if i hav a house of kolor around here im stayin at my moms 4 awhile do u know any other places that might hav some alright paint
EXACTLY.....Thank You! :thumbsup:Originally posted by IMPALA JOHN@Jan 9 2004, 10:06 PM
You can go the easy way and buy a can of Krylon glitter spray and flake it that way. Hell i've flaked plenty of models with it and they've turned out fine.
yeah, a good primer depending on what type of base & paint you using. if you are using laquer you will need laquer primer. if you are using enamel then you can use either normal enamel primer or laquer primer.hey so basically all u have to do is put some primer down 1st whats a good primer just a hobby shop 1??? and then for the base gold or silver spray paint or hobby piant??? then u just put down some of that flake stuff or in my post i heard thers paint with flake in it k but what is wet sanding is that like kinda of polishing it smooth??
so that this doesn't confuse anyone this is if ou use flake under your candy.Originally posted by BigPoppa@Jan 10 2004, 09:32 AM
after the flake, you may want to put some clear on it to help smooth out the roughness before the candy. With airbrushing, I've started using intercoat clear, that's what it's meant for.