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  • A Little Anti-Slip Technique

    I have tried the stick-on anti-slip sticker from Tamiya, and I just can't stand it. So, I decided to try my own technique. I used it on this MGS. I painted small ares of the surface with thin cement, let it dry for just a moment, then used my finger to rapidly touch the area, creating a rough surface. It's tedious, but still easier than trying to cut a template out of that adhesive sheet. The results are okay. The thing I like about this over using other techniques is the ability to make the anti-slip have some "wear", which you can't get from additives like fine sand, and variations you can't get from the adhesive sticker from Tamiya.




  • #2
    Nice. I like it!
    BoRG
    "... and that was the last time they called me Freakboy Moses"

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    • #3
      great work. Especially the paint job.

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      • #4
        BOOM!!! Excellent job!!
        "At some point, we've all parked in the wrong garage."- Roger Sterling, Jr.

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        • #5
          I like it.
          Flag: USA / Location: West Coast

          Prayers.

          BoRG

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          • #6
            Talcum powder. Add some by dipping the brush in it. Same effect and as a bonus it makes the paint flatter.

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