If you wanna paint airbrush designs on cars the best would be a urethane paint system for sure like House of colors or similar ones. But if you wanna go waterbased then there is only Wicked, Auto Air and Trident i would think.
I know some people also use Schmincke and such colors for cars that are more for illustration works, but i think they are more tricky to use and some of them are not as lightfast since they are not specialy made for that use.
stranger375 thanks alot yh i have looked into house of colour coz i herd good things of them the only thing was tht they dont ship all colours to the Uk only the basic ones so i wanted to use a company or brand tht i cud get any and every colour from :/
take a look at those paints. I found them on ebay from a german shop. They are also urethane automotive paints and that german airbrush shop is using them for their works too.
Its a paint made in UK so there should be no problem to get them for you. http://www.specialistpaints.com/
Hi there, I paint bikes and to get my colours to pop, I generally do all my detail work in white (over a dark base,) and then use transparent colours. I use Wicked/Wicked detail, and then a good 2pac urethane clear.
I have been using Trident with no issues at all on bike tanks etc then cleared with a good 2k clear . However if you want lots of ready made colours you may wish to try another brand .I mix my own so its not an issue .I also use colours from my automotive waterbased colour scheme with great results .