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Old 12-12-2009, 11:33 PM   #1
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Default CARBON FIBER????????

Im trying to paint carbon fiber on a sloped hyper 7 body. Oh yeah im using rattle cans. I was wondering what colors I should get??? and is there a trick to laying down the non slip matt on curved surfaces?

Mainly want to know what colors I should get in RATTLE CAN to make it look realistic.

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use silver and charcoal metalic paints

do it in small sections at a time and dry between sections
be prepaired to get your hands covered in paint
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