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Postby yareelohim » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:26 am

Mean Gene wrote:
Nope, I use it as well. Here's some Full Curls I refurbished a couple weeks ago:

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The Rustoleum enamel is great: flocking sticks like iron. :thumbsup:



Mean Gene,

What did you use to create the feather detail on your hens and what color brown did you use on them?

I really like those hens.
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Re: Decoy Paint

Postby Mean Gene » Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:50 pm

It's actually two coats of solid body, oil based stain. First coat was a real light tan, second coat was a color with much more orange in it. I've noticed that the flocking can change the colors a bit once it's applied.

Also, the feather detail was just freehanded with an airbrush. I was looking at pictures, guessing and hoping.
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Re: Decoy Paint

Postby Buttfeather » Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:15 am

what type of paint dp you use in your airbrush. How much do you thin it? I ave trouble with clogging.
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Re: Decoy Paint

Postby take'emgreenheads » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:06 pm

what colors do you guys use on blacks and does it matter on painting plastics or cork
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