Also, I noticed that when I clear Coated the bait using E-tex,after a few minutes on my drying wheel it got a few dry spots quickly. So I just brushed a little extra e-tex onto the areas. It happened mainly on the back of the bait were the radius is. I have had this problem in the past with Chartruse Enamel rattle can paint too, but it didn't do it as bad as it did with this bait, my first air brushed bait with Createx. I'm sure my second coat of e-tex should solve the problem, but I'm wondering why it does this? I cured the paint after every color with my plow dryed.
I love some of these colors I got with the Createx Auto Air paints. They are briliant and totally Plaster of Paris under the clear coat. All your helpfull tips and awnsers to my redundent questions have been great. I'll post a picture of this, my first air brush bait. It's very ruff as I played with lots of colors. My base coat was gloss white Laquer. I found I could wipe the bait clean with a wet paper towel and start over again. This was good for testing and playing with my air brushs. I sure can't wait to get over this learning curve and start doing some real paint work.
Edited by CatchemCaro, 17 November 2010 - 11:01 PM.