But being color blind I keep struggling with the shading and colors of painting bass. They vary so widely just like there cousins (bream) that I just can't seem to get the blended colors I want.
So any help would be apreciated in which gold you might use on the sides, back and shoulders. I have been using Createx satin gold and like it for the most part. I have used a bronze craft paint that works pretty well also. Then comes the problems once I start layering for the back/shoulders.
The big question is, what are the various shading of green and brown you are using for large mouth/spots and which for small mouth. If it is Createx all the better, but I am open to any suggestions.
I have come up with a couple of templates I use for patterning the back and for the lateral lines that I really like, but OY! I just end up with either too much brite green or way to much light or dark brown.
I tend to like the green when I am spraying but once I get it out in daylight versus under flourescent light. It is always too green.
So if you don't mind sharing I am all ears (well I guess eyes)
Let me know if you think the colors are ok on this bait before I clear it.