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Old 10-02-2001, 03:06 PM   #1
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Okay guys i am going brush shopping help..

What brushes do you guys recommend for the molding detail, I am thinking something with hard hairs would make it easier to stay in line.. If you can recommend something that would be nice, I forgot to buy brushes and thats how i screwed my RX-7..So i am going to buy all the colors today and all the brushes i can possibly find.. please do recommend your favorite ones and the brand name..thanks.
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Old 10-02-2001, 03:18 PM   #2
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Check here, Jose. I think it's all covered there. Just remember, if one kind of brush is way cheaper than the others, there's probably a reason. Don't skimp. Expect to pay $3 or so each of decent ones...
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The only brush i have right now is the one that came with the Testor paint kit...hahhah I know POS.. I been working so i have not had a chance to go to the Hobby Store to get those good ones.
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Dont get hard hair ones as this will "pull" the paint off.
Get some nice soft ones.
You would want a very fine one for detail work.
The next size up for bigger bits and a medium one for most painting.
The Tamiya #0 is the one you could do most of your painting with.
The more the better to help you out though.
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