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kajzar

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My first proyect

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Grandpa Bear

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Your finishing and painting looks excellent, welcome to the forum, Nick
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Wow! Your train is much finer in finish and workmanship than the original design model we did in our shop. Congratulations on a great job. We love it!

And thanks for the wonderful photos. They really tell the whole story quite well.
flamepainter

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Great workmanship. The colors really make this project pop!
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Originally Posted by john lewman
Wow! Your train is much finer in finish and workmanship than the original design model we did in our shop. Congratulations on a great job. We love it!

And thanks for the wonderful photos. They really tell the whole story quite well.
your original design picture is on the front of the plan to buy this patern?
kajzar

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Your finishing and painting looks excellent, welcome to the forum, Nick
thanks
Bodacious2

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I really like your finishing with the paint. Do you mind sharing your process for painting and sealing your projects
kajzar

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I really like your finishing with the paint. Do you mind sharing your process for painting and sealing your projects
Spray one side and wait till dry, then spray the other side.. sand it with 280 grid paper and repeat the proces and this is it. Sprayed with acrylic high gloss paints in spray cans.
kajzar

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The spray cans

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Bodacious2

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Thanks. I will have to try that brand no haven’t had the finish on mine like that
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love the train and the paint
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Great job your painting is very nice.
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Simple paint process, but note that the wooden surface is almost mirror-finish smooth before he paints!
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Simple paint process, but note that the wooden surface is almost mirror-finish smooth before he paints!
the wood was sand only with 120 grid paper before paint.
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