|Much like roshambo except blue tape, saran wrap, zip lock bag.|
As always giving credit where it is due. Saw the tape wrap used by Les at Awesome Paint dot com.
While thinking how to avoid over-spray from getting on the model when airbrushing the halberds it occurred to me, ziplock baggies. Shortly after I saw Les's video where he used blue tape. Thought neither baggies or blue tape would provide a secure seal then thought of saran wrap. FYI: It can be used for other things besides wrapping someone head to toe.
|Saran wrap and bags. Didn't spend money on brand name. Figured bags will be ruined so price ddidn't matter.|
|With modelling knife cut a little hole in the bag.|
|Modell is placed inside bag and pushed halberd blade through. Now model should be protected from over-spray.|
|Make sure that the blade actually tears the plastic. This creates a seal around the blade. Won't need to use poster tac to stop spray from your airbrush going into the bag.|
Blue Tape can be effective. You'll be wrapping the model a lot. Which can be tedious to put on and take off. Saran wrap which I thought was going to be really helpful wasn't. Perhaps it was how the it bundled up under the base that I didn't find appealing. Plastic baggie I found most helpful of the bunch. Least amount of work and easy to undo.