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Post your favorite modeling 'tips' and 'tricks'

Postby Boss subfixer » Sat Dec 04, 2004 1:36 pm

A while back I was reading an answer from marc of FX models to a post talking about how he gets the paint on his models to look so good. In his reply he mentioned that the paint was heated up a little to make it flow better, keep in mind that heat and paint don't mix well so be safe about it and don't let the paint get too hot or it could explode! I would like to share a tip I found in a magazine that I get that goes along the same principle. In the magazine the tipster says he uses a baby bottle warmer to heat his spray paint cans before he uses them. This makes pretty good sense to me because a bottle warmer shouldn't make a babies bottle too hot. what do you the members think?
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