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aluminum panel project

Discussion in 'Works In Progress & Finished Artworks!' started by nickkat1, Mar 19, 2017 at 11:43 PM.


  1. nickkat1

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    thanks! I have a few pieces lined up and am going to experiment with a pencil type grinder I have to implement a a "ground" sketch prior to laying the candy

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    I see that you got your answers already. Looks great and I'm looking forward to your progress on this. :)
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    more answers are always better cal..lol

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    As have been said above, since you clear coated the panel, you are okay to proceed. As Basepaint suggested, cover the entire panel with frisket or I prefer transfer tape. The paper kind that you use to transfer vinyl lettering to surfaces. It works really nice. Trace the outline of your reference people, cut your transfer paper with a sharp exacto blade to expose the surface you want to paint. Be very careful not to cut too deep. Scuff, clean and tack rag, then base coat it white. Transfer your reference and paint. That's how I would tackle it, same as Basepaint. Slow layering on the illustration, take your time, there's a lot of detail there.
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