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Scale 35% Krill Extra 330SC....CUSTOM-ARF!!!

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale Scratch and Kit Build Threads' started by Pistolera, Oct 30, 2014.

   
  1. acerc

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  2. Pistolera

    Pistolera HEY!..GET OUTTA MY TREE!

    @Jetpainter ......Question for the painting pro....Final (hopefully) wet sanding of the primer (Nason 2K) on my Krill. Every now and then there will be a very slight sand-thru of the primer, to either the underlying white gelcoat or glass. All still very smooth. In the pic I've highlighted a couple of such areas. These happen on or near edges.

    Should I touch up the primer on these spots or just go with the color? Using Chromabase colors.

    Thanks for the guidance!!!!
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  3. Jetpainter

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    Small cut throughs are usually not a problem and don't require repriming. Just make sure the color stays uniform over them so it all looks covered. You can put a coat of base on everything then hit the cut throughs separately so they're covered then coat the whole thing as needed.
     
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  4. Pistolera

    Pistolera HEY!..GET OUTTA MY TREE!

    Thanks!....that'll save lots of time. I was afraid if I retouch those areas with primer, I'd have to wet sand again before color.

    I plan on shooting the whole plane white, making sure I have good coverage for areas that will remain white.
     
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