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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #15 on: 06/11/18 15:00 UTC »
Gotta love natural talent, and you have natural talent. Awesome work Isobnad. Now you've got me wanting to try air brushing. I have to quit this forum before my wife kills me!

I know the feeling about the wife, I started this whole hobby last March. This is what I’ve accumulated in a year and a half.


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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #16 on: 06/11/18 15:05 UTC »
I'm here to tell ya that your working area is waaaaayyyyyy tooo clean and neat. You need some junk in the way. lol

Nice rigging you have there. I'd be lost in such a healthy environment tho.

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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #17 on: 06/11/18 21:34 UTC »
That is a very nice work area. Talented in a lot of areas I see.

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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #18 on: 06/11/18 21:37 UTC »
This was just after a clean up/reorganize. Believe me this is not a norm that is why I took pictures!!


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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #19 on: Yesterday at 23:21 »


So here is the finished product. As you’ll notice there are only 3 out of the 4. Note to self and everybody else take the tape off the bill before applying epoxy! I managed to remove half the paint on the head of the 4th one and a little of the paint on the ones pictured. I added some small black glitter to the last two that I epoxied, since Ali just got back from a trip to The Whitefish Chain (Crosslake MN) and majority of the gills had a ton of the parasites. I think I went a little heavy on them but I did get the effect I was looking for. For the clear coat I went with the Devcon 2 tone clear. Side note I had fun building a lure turner with a small low rpm motor I found on eBay for cheap and scrap wood.  Anyway I’m pretty happy with the results, and can’t wait to do some more experimenting.


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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #20 on: Today at 00:23 »
Them are awesome looking what did you use to make the specks paint or black flake in the epoxy. Oh by the way it won’t be long and you’ll won’t be able to park cars in the garage.
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Re: Air brush information overload?!?!
« Reply #21 on: Today at 07:01 »
Wow. Of the three that one in the upper right looks like a person could fillet it.

I like the wood staging. I try to get mine on some weathered wood for pictures too.