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paint/sealer

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I was just wondering is it better to paint and seal a figure complete or is it better to paint and seal the parts and then reasemble them?

Posted by Mighty Tom
on Thursday, July 9, 2009
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bigdaddyscott -
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Dullcote is very good, but very strong. I use the Testors ModelMasters Matte coat. and the Fantasy Vallejo paints are badass!!! great paint to work with.
Mighty Tom -
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
does anyone on here use the testors dullcote spray as I've got some but I don't know if its any good.

also if anyone was wondering I use vallejo game color and I'm painting a wwe deluxe aggression
novat -
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
One of the nice things about painting and resealing just the parts, and not a complete figure, is that you never have to worry about missing a spot, or getting excess paint on the wrong limb. Things won't get in your way.
Mighty Tom -
Friday, July 10, 2009
thats pretty much what I was thinking, like painting & sealing the body first then attaching the arms/legs/head, then painting and sealing them and then a couple more coats to seal the whole thing.
somebody1 -
Thursday, July 9, 2009
I would probably at least seal the areas that will have joint rub before putting it back together since you can't reach them after reassembly.
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