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Camel1918

My second crank bait lure!!

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Hello all,

Ok, here it is! Little BlueGill

This is my second crank and this one went much easier, especially the airbrushing. Ok, I'm deffently hooked with this obsession!

The lure is balsa cut from two pieces glued together. This one is not through wire like the first. The weighting was no problem, as I learned from the first. I also got the front hook placement right this time. :oops: I've just finished the last coat and it's ready to receive its lip. I just had to post it as I'm very happy with the way it turned out.

Please let me know what you think.

When air brushing, I am constantly having to clean out the nozzle. Is that something that is normal? I'm new to airbrushing so any tips would be appreciated.

Thanks

Camel1918

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Kellure,

Thanks for the comment.

I'm using Ceramcoat by Delta for the base paint and using some old leftover metalic polymer acrylic from The Armory.

The Ceramcoat I'm thinning with Polly S airbrush thinner and the Armory metalics I'm thinning with only water.

Camel1918

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