Custom painting for Chris! (cwm333)

9F834F2B-15EA-484A-A8DE-1C8C5BDDEBEEBA871758-3992-4503-9073-EE0CBCCF2E6CFE820E9E-8CF0-4268-8E36-D01633D05106C1B0F382-3FDA-41DB-95BE-2033F813DC53E9D463E5-9286-4C12-844C-B926C7EA96F1this is the start of our latest project, we’ll be custom painting these passenger cars and this Berk. I’ll walk you through step by step on how I do a reapaint. I’ll explain the process, the materials and how I apply them....then we’ll let the finished products speak for themselves, with plenty of close ups, and “how to” along the way. I’ll be taking you in the booth with me, so you guys and gals can see how I prep, mask, and paint....The question on painting pops up every now and then, so hopefully someone might can pick up a trick or two from me....I know I’ve picked up plenty of tricks from this forum.....first step, is careful dismantling. All parts are being removed from the surface we are going to paint on. Window glazings, grab irons, brake wheels, etc...all get removed. This adds a level of detail that the factory gave us to begin with. All parts are carefully bagged, and marked for the corresponding car they go to...On the next update, I’ll show you how I remove the lettering, and prep the shell for it’s new color.............Pat

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