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jevries u have helpd a lot of us and i prsonaly think that u are the mad scientist of models i mean look at all of your shit u are the shit :biggrin: :) :biggrin: :) :biggrin: :) :biggrin: :) :cool: :) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)
 

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hey JV question you reply on some onces topic about how to fade paint in patters but i just did not understand do you have any picture on how you do it our any other info? thanks
 

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I did graphic school and they taught me if you want to make nice an clear fades with your airbrush or spraypaint use a piece of paper or thin cardboard.

It's pretty simple take a piece of paper and hold it for instance 2 inches from the object to be sprayed.
spray half on the paper and half on the surface...what you get is a fade because some paint will flow under the paper.
By adjusting the distance between the paper and surface you can control the width of the fade.



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Originally posted by jevries@Aug 14 2003, 09:11 AM
I did graphic school and they taught me if you want to make nice an clear fades with your airbrush or spraypaint use a piece of paper or thin cardboard.

It's pretty simple take a piece of paper and hold it for instance 2 inches from the object to be sprayed.
spray half on the paper and half on the surface...what you get is a fade because some paint will flow under the paper.
By adjusting the distance between the paper and surface you can control the width of the fade.
i think i got what you are saying ill try it once i get out of work thanks for the info.
 
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