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Check out my latest vid with COAST AIRBRUSH TV!
CFX @ COAST AIRBRUSH
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:18 PM
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What is the best way to cut out masking? I have done a few with liquid mask but had some troubles with it becoming very hard to peel off. Also do you us just a straight exacto knife when cutting design in mask?
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Originally Posted by HescheRC View Post
What is the best way to cut out masking? I have done a few with liquid mask but had some troubles with it becoming very hard to peel off. Also do you us just a straight exacto knife when cutting design in mask?
If you are going to cut any mask, make sure you use a BRAND NEW blade every time. Trust me when i say it is worth not having any cutting issues later when trying to cut a mask with a dull blade. I personally prefer to use a pre-cut mask off a vinyl cutter. Makes it easier and faster for my liking. It is different for other painters im sure.
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thanks
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Are these vids still available somewhere? Looks like the whole cxfpaintworks site is down.
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Are these vids still available somewhere? Looks like the whole cxfpaintworks site is down.
https://www.youtube.com/user/cfxpaintworks
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Awesome. Thank you.
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Yeah, I was wondering as well... thanks.
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Great vids! Thanks for taking the time to make these videos. Thanks for the new youtube link to them as well.
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Great vids! Thanks for taking the time to make these videos. Thanks for the new youtube link to them as well.
Thankyou for appreciating them.
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should you dilute paint when airbrushing?
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Here is a quick vid using the new LRP Color Magic 2 Spray Paints.

LRP Color Magic 2
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Charlie, Thanks for all your videos, I have learned a lot from watching them. In one of your videos on shadowing a touring car body I saw you using something like a gummy stone (ski tuning tool) to possibly clean up some over spray. What do you use to clean up areas of over spray or small errors?
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Charlie, Thanks for all your videos, I have learned a lot from watching them. In one of your videos on shadowing a touring car body I saw you using something like a gummy stone (ski tuning tool) to possibly clean up some over spray. What do you use to clean up areas of over spray or small errors?
I use different things. From q-tips dipped in alchohol to popcicle sticks cut on one side to have a pointed edge. It allows for easier access to the desired overdspray area.
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Check out my latest vid with COAST AIRBRUSH TV!
CFX @ COAST AIRBRUSH
Hey Charlie, I saw your spot on the morning news! Bummer about the window. Hopefully insurance has got you covered.

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