Airbrush scale color acrylic water based paint METALLIZED VIOLET
These paint are professional and non toxic products for scale modelers. Each tone is build with super vibrant pigments.
Our formula is ready to spray for 0,3 or 0,4 airbrush, for smaller size needle we suggest to dilute with our REDUCER
AIRBRUSH SCALE COLOR ACRYLIC WATER BASED PAINT METALLIZED VIOLET
The metallized series of acrylic scale color paint is super vibrant and high performance pigments. It is water based and ready to spray if you use it with 0,3 or 0,4 needle airbrush. If you want to use it with 0,2 is not ok but dilute it with our Reducer series as you want and try it. Probably you will spray them but the final result will not the best. The metallic particles are to big for a 0,2 and usually this choice is not the best for this type of paint.
We suggest to stay between 1,5 and 2 bar. If you dilute them you can try to use 1 bar but the metal particles will be not happy to go out from airbrush with this pressure.
METALLIZED AS CANDY BASE
All metallized and metallic paint are especially recomended as base if you want to create a beautiful candy color.
The metallic grey is considered the universal base for all candy color.
Mix the color you like each other to have new fantastic tones. Do not mix the pure white base to the metallic or metallized because it kill them.
Prepare the base with:
- Black color if ou want the deep effect
- White color if you want the luminous effect
- Same color of the metallized if you want save the money and have a fast coverage power.
Simply apply the metallized color until you will satidsfied.
Finish with our clearcoat if your project is ok or use a candy color over it if you want to create a great color effect and after the candy put the clearcoat to protect the paint.
REMEMBER: each color must to be protect with a clear coat EVER!
HOW TO CLEAN THE AIRBRUSH
Whit airbrush water based cleaner
MIX WITH OTHER COLOR BRAND
Yes in general you can with water based color of other brand but we can not guarantee that all will be ok. Before to try it make a small test in a cup: Mix two colors and if all is ok try to apply over a spoon. If all will be ok the experiment will be good.
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