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(Login IndyCopper) Missing-Lynx members from IP address 188.8.131.52
Hey guys I need to pick your brains concerning airbrushing camo. I have a Iwata Revolution and a Iwata High Line (I think that is it) I use mostly Tamiya paints thinned with rubbing alcohol. I can spray a solid color with no problem at all, I can spray very fine consistant lines, no problem doing Luftwaffe mottling, or similar "small squiggles" type of camo on armor. What eludes me is getting a good, say three color soft edge scheme. Examples would be modern NATO three color schemes, WWII Spitfire Gray/Green, three color WWII German ambush. As I said I can paint a fine line with little overspray but it falls apart when I go back and try to color in the interior of the area that I outlined. If I keep the paint flow small and tight I get very uneven coverage in the main area or if I open up the paint flow then I get too much overspray. How do you guys do it?