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I was told to add some watered down red onto my jetbike because I wanted to get rid of the paint brush lines. What does this mean? A lot of water and a little paint or a little water and a lot of paint? Someone help fast.
it means you add water to the paint to make it thinner, you do this when you paint colours like red, and yellow or white because they dont cover easily, so you do a bunch of thin paint layers, and to do that you water it down, i dont mean like ink water, or red water, just enough so that its thinner. Hope that helps
Go for the consistancy of whole milk.
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haha, hey thats good, i was thinking of an example for a good density liquid that would be similar to how much you should water down a paint.............never thought of milk........i was sort of thinking the density of cream (like the cream you put in coffee), but thats like whole milk
Okay thanks Draz
Ok, get your brush and dip it in your paint. Now apply that paint in a blob on a tile (or smooth, non absorband surface). Now dip your brish in the water and wash it onto the 'blob'. Repeat as neccercery
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I've always wondered what Americans meant when they offered cream in coffee. Is it actually cream!? or is it just milk!? or is it something in between!?Originally posted by DranZeR@Dec 2 2004, 13:37
........i was sort of thinking the density of cream (like the cream you put in coffee), but thats like whole milk[snapback]263025[/snapback]
Oh how this question has plagued my thoughts!
This has troubled me for years and given me many sleepless nights, please answer as soon as possible so I may rest. :wacko:
Or maybe it's not even in the dairy category....mwa, ha, ha. Who knows what some alley, backwoods, infested cafes serve now adays.... :blink:Originally posted by Rectus-Bile@Dec 9 2004, 06:39
I've always wondered what Americans meant when they offered cream in coffee. Is it actually cream!? or is it just milk!? or is it something in between!?[snapback]270195[/snapback]
As for me, cream is anything not coffee...the fake creamers in cups, milk, etc.
But back on subject, I never thought of watering down paints to that consistency. It's the perfect analogy, nice!
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