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It works great on clayboard. Foxy Studio are now using Aerocolour and Liquitex in their classes.
It came out great. You've left just enough values out to turn it into a colour piece.
The thinnest that I've had success with was the 125 micron thickness ones. But, like you've said, it still takes a few cuts to get it through. I'm...
Leave them in the sun with half of it covered and see how much it fades.
You can build a grip out of hot glue as well.
Let him fork out for a bottle of Badger's Stynelrez primer and then go over it with your Wicked.
It looks good. the purple is very 90's. I remember in the Coast video Craig said that he mixed the candy in with the chrome as well.
I don't think you were suppose to remove that screw. But what Airbrush Dreams said should be your best option.
You can basically cut any design. But you first have to design it. It's not going to take an image and automatically create a map for every colour.
This is their medium. They say it's a thinner but it is thicker than the paint.
It's a rental and I'm not repainting the walls when/if I move. It's bad enough that I had to pay to change it from light brown.
I use their medium to change opacity, not to thin. I use water to thin. But before I had their medium, I used E'tac's transparent base or Com-art's...
To get rid of the green hue you can add a bit of red. Unless you are using opaque colours or buffered colours, it will always get darker the more...
More stuff are being moved in. Walls are still very bare.
Looks awesome. Background just a bit too bright.