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59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61728

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For those that have em, have you paint filled yours? If not let me know I can help.

Just a little paint for me but a nice touch to my custom "In Joe Face" that I designed, 1 of 1, the very first :D


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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61729

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Bill, I think yours would look sick with Red "WC", Blue 59, and white around it.
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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61734

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Bill, I think yours would look sick with Red "WC", Blue 59, and white around it.

Nice idea Share how to do !
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use tamiya paint that you can find at a local hobby store, translucent. If you want solid colors, use Estes paint.

using a tooth pick, gently dab the paint and dab the are you want to fill. let dry overnight. TaDa!
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Re: 59Belts custom paint fill 7 years 1 month ago #61866

PutterAddict wrote:
use tamiya paint that you can find at a local hobby store, translucent. If you want solid colors, use Estes paint.

using a tooth pick, gently dab the paint and dab the are you want to fill. let dry overnight. TaDa!

Sounds easy enough !! Thanks
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PutterAddict wrote:
use tamiya paint that you can find at a local hobby store, translucent. If you want solid colors, use Estes paint.

using a tooth pick, gently dab the paint and dab the are you want to fill. let dry overnight. TaDa!

Needle applicator is a bit "cleaner" than a toothpick and for this application nail polish would work great too

here's a Kombi i did with a Needle Applicator and walmart brand nail polish







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