A good trick here is a very light ‘flash’ as the first coat. It’s quick-drying and prevents reactivating paint and making it run on subsequent coats. To reiterate you point, ensuring chemical compatibility is key as well.another one that seemed to melt acrylic paint and made it look sloppy.
I did one time but it ruined the hand painted image because I used clear coat enamel. I have yet to see the hand painted image get too beat up it is usually the background on the sides and corners that takes the beating.
Thanks mate, its all for the love of the game.Man, I have a whole new mega-level of appreciation for what you make look so easy, as you seem to seamlessly pump out pedal after pedal, video after video.
Bravo, Bravo! An extraordinary pedal-painting procedure!