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Painting Post

Postby orkwarboss » Wed Jun 08, 2016 10:40 am

So I built a chaplin with lots of magnetized parts: Image
Now how do I prime and base coat them without haveing paint pool up on whatever flat surface Im using to hold the parts. Well since the arms have pieces of tin on them I decieded to use more magnets and do this:

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Its simple. A piece of plywood, wood dowel, 1 wood screw and a bunch of nails. I put a small magnet on the end of each nail. I did not glue it as IF I had a magnet part to put up the sides may not match up. I was able to prime and base coat a bunch of parts and not have paint pool.
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Re: Painting Post

Postby Inquisitor Wall » Wed Jun 08, 2016 10:47 am

Great idea. That also works for entire models if you put a magnet under their base. Helps to make sure you get a nice clean under coat on the entire model.
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