This is how to layout flames for the realistic flame look.
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How many&nbsp;p.s.i. are you using off the compressor?
Do you let the paint dry between coats?
This is amazing. I paint lexan rc car bodies on the inside. How can I do this in reverse?
pretty simple. Paint a layer of candy green, add your flame set, add another layer of candy green and another flame set then dust your black over it all
random, but i bit straight through my tongue, , i've got a slit from the top to the bottom
thanks for helping us learn more about airbrushing. lol that sucks
Excellent demonstration.! Thanks.
Excellent work, glad I stopped by !!!
at 1:43 draw people under the flames and it'll look like a bunch of people are blowing out smoke at the same time.
love it top work wish i could do that atm im on ebay looking at air brush guns looks like a great thing to get into and always good to no cause its expencive to have someone else do it for u
Bravo! The best explanation of how it's done I've seen. Thanks for the info. Pretty cool.
Nice job! You're really good! I love all your videos, you post amazing stuff.

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