Didn't want the poster tac covering up the bottom of the weapons like the Wraithknight. Wanted the paint to get in nice and close. It occurred to me. Weapons are magnetized, I can put them on something metal and hold that while painting them. What is metal, easily available and cooperates with magnets? Butterknife!
|Introducing, flatware. The MVP of this painting tip. Flatware, take a bow.|
|Flip the blade to paint that pesky angle.|
|Great thing about using a butterknife is that you don't have to put on gloves when airbrushing.|
|All bulbs painted Caledor Sky.|
|Well damnit you now have a dirty butterknife. Certainly don't want to be purposely introducing any (potential) carcinogens into your body. What do you do? While cleaning your airbrush clean the butterknife.|
|Most of the way through your airbrush cleaning time to take care of that muddied up butterknife.|
|While using airbrush remover wipe the blade clean so it shines line never before. Then of course put it through a standard dish washing to make sure the remover is off the soon-to-be-used-butterknife.|
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