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Offline TheDreamer

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Re: Custom crankbait
« Reply #15 on: 01/10/14 07:58 UTC »
Same as MO, some blue Dawn and a potato brush does the trick.

Offline Bass kid

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Re: Custom crankbait
« Reply #16 on: 01/10/14 08:45 UTC »
Playing with some new highlight techniques, the entire bait turns purple and the back, scales and cheek plates turn green when the bait moves. I may not always post but I'm always watching. If you ever need advice/help I'll do my best but some secrets can't be told.


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What paint would be that be and this is the 2.5 from Dakota
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Offline el rat

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Re: Custom crankbait
« Reply #17 on: 01/10/14 08:51 UTC »
Blue splatter hard to see in pic.  1.  your paint might not be mixed right  2.  Nozzle on airbrush my be dirty; causes needle not to seat right; causing splattering when you push down on trigger,  just pushing down(paint will splatter or burp),  not pushing down and pulling back.

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Re: Custom crankbait
« Reply #18 on: 01/10/14 09:46 UTC »
The highlight is actually not paint at all, it's not even intended for crankbaits. I think it works, still have to do some testing on a few more patterns.

Drew