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<_< hello, i need help painting a vyper, specially the clear plastic. i tried painting it but it turns up dull...
any help would be great thanks
Well, for starters, DON'T use the sealent on the clear plastic. It turns foggy. Past that, take a super fine brush, choose your colour, and go over once, then mix the ink of choice (Usually the same colour ink) into it, repeat, then go back to the flat coat. Really complicated, but lovely when finished.
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When you mount the canopy you have to use a water based glue like Elmers white glue here in the US or PVA glue for those over seas. It will not attack the plastic.
Other than that try painting the struts in the canopy white first then paint in your base color, that should brighten it up a bunch.
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Basically if you treat it like the green rods that the Necrons have you'll do fine.
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vyper aye well i tryed one of those once and it turend out really really bad becuz of
painting the struts in the canopy white first then paint in your base color, that should brighten it up a bunch. trust me that doesnt work.