no....... thats an obsession.........dull is when they are all the same
variant of the same model made by the same manufacturer.....with the
same camo paint scheme.............and it took you 3 years of dull
You can add "flat clear" to the color itself to flatten it. Adding
"gloss clear" will also gloss up a paint. If you airbrush either of
these mixtures, you'll need to add a little more thinner than usual
because the "clear" is pretty thick.
I haven't used lighter fluid for airbrushing but I have used it for
cleaning paint brushes and it works pretty good as a cheap alternative
Lighter fluid always made a more-than-satisfactory thinner for
spraying the original Testor's Model Master enamels.
Has anyone tried with airbrushing, the old "masters' trick" of mixing in
a small dab of talcum powder into the paint? This works miracles
in brush painting, for "matte-ing" glossy colors. Is it fine enough to