Been a while I'm not very active over here, Facebook it's away more easier to share photos of the WIP.
I'll bring this diy how to polish to a perfect shine.
For start I'm using 2k clear but this might be not ideal for acrylics clears due been very fragile for sanding .
Hope it helps some of yourselves, any question feel free to ask
Ps: feel free to drop a like on my Facebook page where I share my WIP and time to time share my DIY
I actually bought the Tamiya compound as I reckon this is one of the weakness of my finishes. So now I will have to chuck that out and follow this instead.
Thanks,the results speak for themselves.
Tamiya compound are expensive and not great ..
If you do the way I explained you will get that result .
Vinny wrote:Absolutely brilliant Ricardo. Thanks for sharing this tip. The finish is awesome. It looks like the 2K Clear is the key ingredient though as you really need a clear that will withstand all that rubbing.
Actually it will work with 1k clear but acrylic clears might be not ideal for this kind of polish . I have to get some 1k clear and I can bring to the next meeting 2 spoons with both clears and using the same polishing method just to be easier to see what kind of finish you might get with both
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