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  • wamontgomery
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    Re: multi colors on one peice?

    Originally posted by LeeParsons
    It's magic.... not really but does take practice.

    What I have done is to coat the part with the base color, cure as normal then let cool. Then apply the fade color concentrating the powder flow where I want the fade color to be solid. The powder that drifts out (sort of like overspray with liquid paint), then cure again.

    Well said, exactly how I do it too. The overspray of the powder does a pretty good job of "fading" the colors.

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  • LeeParsons
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    Re: multi colors on one peice?

    It's magic.... not really but does take practice.

    What I have done is to coat the part with the base color, cure as normal then let cool. Then apply the fade color concentrating the powder flow where I want the fade color to be solid. The powder that drifts out (sort of like overspray with liquid paint), then cure again.

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  • corybarta
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    multi colors on one peice?

    How do you get two or three colors on one project. I have seen where you guys have sprayed a color and them in blends into another color and then another color. how do you do it. Do you spray it all then cure or do you spray one color and then partially cure and then another. Let me know I what to try it. thanks
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