Jon Miller wrote:
Actually, I meant that as a kind of joke. It is/was used asadvertising with modelers paint but I forget the last time I saw it.
So did I.
There might be a tiny kernel of truth about the particulate size of pigments in some paints for modeling use, but given my own experience using a host of different types/kinds of paint on models in various scales, I've always thought is was more of a marketing ploy than anything. It's all about how the product is thinned and applied.
So, just how big does a molecule of carbon black have to be, before it starts to hide the rivets on the side of your hopper model?