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It's all about the consistency of the paint. If it's too thick, you get blobs. If it's too thin, it looks like water with a little color hitting...
Thank you! I do love the PPK, although I don't have one. I might have to fix that at some point. Curves in all the right places... :)
Welcome! These folks are used to long winded posts. Ask me how I know...
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I'm working my way through the safe. I'll get to the long guns eventually. :D
Thank you! I'm a gun guy, so there may be more like this.
Here you go, 2D. S&W 1911 done on illustration board. Mostly CI with some Wicked here and there. It could use some fine tuning, but I'm happy with...
Thanks Jackie! The grip is stippled black rubber. There isn't much to it.
You are correct. It's a Ruger GP100. I might try a 1911 next. I had fun with this one.
Hogue actually. It fits my hand much better than the stock grip.
Guess who? Yeah, it's just me.
I haven't been painting a lot over the last 6 months or so, but I have done some work. I started a piece a while...
It has been a love/hate relationship for many of us. Part of the process.
Lake Villa. Small world. :)
Welcome, Gregg! Where abouts in the burbs are ya?
We never stop learning, do we? :)
Once the hose initially fills with pressure, there should be no difference from that point forward. The only concern I might have is that more hose...
Sounds like the issue here is understanding the colors first, then approaching the opaque/transparent/candy part of it.
Once you get the color...
First of all, thank you for your service!
Second, welcome to the forum! You have a nice arsenal of brushes there.
Primary color sets are a good starting point. You would have the ability to mix any color you want. It's more work, but cheaper than buying...
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