Anyone having problems with pro modeler paint?

Anyone having problems with pro modeler paint?

Post by bsr.. » Sat, 07 Dec 1996 04:00:00



I would be very interested to get your comments on this paint line. I am


 
 
 

Anyone having problems with pro modeler paint?

Post by Mark Forema » Sat, 07 Dec 1996 04:00:00


I am using model master acrylics. I was having problems as well till I
started to use testors thinner. Now I have no problem at all. Infact,
I surely enjoy the lack of smell, quick drying, and QUICK clean up!

Best suggestion I have.

 
 
 

Anyone having problems with pro modeler paint?

Post by w woffo » Tue, 10 Dec 1996 04:00:00



says...

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>I would be very interested to get your comments on this paint line. I am



I have used some of their flats and metallics over the last several weekls
with generally good results.  I recently sprayed Pro Modeler Aluminum on a
Tamiya MiG-15 with very good results. It gave a very convincing metallic
finish.  It required about 3 coats and took quite a while to dry, but I was
pleased with the results.  My experience with the Pro Modeler flat paints has
been that they come out as semi-gloss and also take quite a while to dry to
the touch. I have had no problems with air brushing them (such as clogs, etc).