Model: (Click to see more) 58452: Sand Scorcher
Status: New built
Date: 6-May-2019
Comments: 12
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This was a 'BMW Valencia Orange metallic' paintin Test with my new Airbrush Gun, it is really amazing resault, without polishing.
This is colour Test for my Blazer NEW-Build Project, what you think....... i dind,t find 'Chevy Orange'

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JennyMo

6-May-2019

Stunning!

speedy_w_beans

7-May-2019

That's a beautiful test result!!!

makato

7-May-2019

Beautiful color and shine.

7-May-2019

That finish is so wet looking, it’s fantastic! I used to use a Sata mini jet with 1.2 needle & it never came out as flat as this, what size does this use?

DesPrinzla

7-May-2019

I used 1.0 needle and 2.0 bar Pressure. As Clear Coat i used TRISTARCOLOR 2K Pro Clear Coat supergloss. Im also impressed, because it was paintet outside and some Pollen was fallen from the Trees....... but can be sanded and polished...

Re-Bugged

8-May-2019

Job well done my friend, very impressive. I've always fancied a go with an airbrush, but with each new kit I think it's not worth it for this last one...........then another one comes along.

neobrunox

8-May-2019

The result is brilliant !

koenc

8-May-2019

Stunning result!

MAD-BEE

8-May-2019

Sexy sweet!!!

Mr duke

10-May-2019

OH WOW!!!! what a great finish super sine cant wait to see it all finished

Jorisschulte

10-May-2019

Looks really nice!!

DesPrinzla

11-May-2019


I've been using a 2k primer lately, it sticks much better to plastic than the Tamiya primer. In addition, the plastic does not have to be pretreated. I hate always getting wet sanding and then hope the water-based primer sticks well too. i know in Past, in the 80,s It used to be easier, all paints had solvents and adhered perfectly to all surfaces.
For the color basecoat water-based paints can be used, that does not matter. However, for the clear coat I use again a 2k paint


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