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Another day of paint prep
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Seeing everybody's progress got me motivated to do some painting.

Filler primer on the back panel and doors:
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White primer on the battery boxes:
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White primer on the legs:
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On your body pieces, how did you make the square lines stand out?
Was it a darker paint?
how did you get it darker in the lines without getting the surface messed up, the lines look great.

You can see the effect in the doors_primered_png.png picture but also in your photos in the gallery.
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(06-16-2018, 04:39 PM)Cyber_One Wrote: On your body pieces, how did you make the square lines stand out?
Was it a darker paint?
how did you get it darker in the lines without getting the surface messed up, the lines look great.

You can see the effect in the doors_primered_png.png picture but also in your photos in the gallery.

Just thin coats of primer - I have to clean up some of the edges of the large rectangular depressions (not just a groove outline) because the primer got a bit too thick and ramps up at the edge.

Once painted white, the weathering will bring out the door edging and grooves.
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