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Old 07-04-2005, 01:44 PM   #16
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I had the same problem at first, but my friend told me that you have to let it dry untill the inside of the body looks dull.to speed up the process you can use a hair dryer in-between coats.-Hope this helps
You are right this is the result i found too....

and i think it is time for me to get an airbush

otherwise faskolour is really nice....the flouresncet colours are so sharp...and it is easy to clean..you just use hot water.........
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