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Q: any custom painters in town? need a few tips for something.

hey guys, 

i am trying to make a project for a motorcycle, but i cant understand these chinese paints. i mean i dont know what is what. I ask for something and end up with another. are there any custom painters who can help me on the subject.. the project involves airbrushing.  

And please where can i find candy paint?

5 years 36 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shanghai

 
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If you can't find candy try mixng a little dye in clear coat. Hard to match again. You can get candy pearl powder for mixing on Ebay.You could ask where garages get their paints, Are there any body shops in China? I see smashed trucks on the road that would never be allowed at home. I can see them putting plaster on BMWs and painting it. I've used rattle cans to paint in China, but impossible to get a good coat with. BTW I did all my bikes long ago.

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