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Old 03-12-2004, 11:01 AM
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candy or camelion on black BC??

Ok this may sound wiered, but i have been toying with the idea of instead of just shooting a PPG Raven Black BC/CC, then dooing somthing cool with the CC, i want the car to appear high gloss black, but when the light hits id like to have the same effect as the candy or camalion paints where a different colour shine highlights the contour of tha car, i want to try this since i think a gloss black car tends to loose some of its shapes or contures, so to speak..

what do i do

could i shoot a camelion mid and top coat on a black base, or would this ruin the effect, or is there somthing completely different out there?? PPG, HOK???

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Old 03-13-2004, 12:02 AM
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i always color sand my black b/c first, then apply either kandy, pearl, or cameleon - flip colors on top. u must do test panels to check coats required for wanted look. it makes a difference, for ghost flip to black look normally stay with 2 or 3 coats of color on black. 2-3 coats clear if no artwork or normally 4 coats clear- wet sand 600 reclear, 2- 4coats at a time dry sand1000 & recoat last 2 coats clear thinning down 5-10% extra. must keep clear to 4 coats for most paints have to dry dissolve out solvent for high build situations. always keep first coat of clear dry on first coat for better adhesion. good luck jw www.art4urhog.com

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