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  1. On 8/31/2021 at 7:43 AM, McLuvin175 said:

    Paint applied to the eggs after they are shot. You cant use any kind of paint, you would need paint designed to work on soft plastics. LureWorks carries SB Coat solvent based paints and CoLure Coat water based paints that would work.

    As to how to achieve that look is all in the technique. What technique they used I wouldnt know. Here are some ideas: use some sort of sponge technique, bristle splatter, or some method of tumbling or rolling. You'll have to play with it and see what works for you. My recommendation would be to start with their SB Coat White Dotting 3026 and see if you can replicate those images. 

    Attached below is my quick and dirty test using SB Coat Dotting paint. Used a "rolling" method. Applied a little paint to the eggs and rolled them around on a paper plate. Not as good as the images you showed but it gives you an idea of where to start.


    Thanks for your help McLuvin175  is there anyway to make the SB Coat White Dotting thicker?

  2. 2 hours ago, Vodkaman said:

    This sounds like a paint dipped tooth brush solution. Draw your thumbnail across the loaded bristles and make a mess.

    BUT, I have not painted since school, and very badly then.



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