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While this is not a complicated paint issue, the same tools can be used on other more complex situations.
Now you know where to make use of the method.
Even on this one.. look at the many blues offered by the model paint folks. Which blue do you need for this model?
Best to ya,
On May 13, 2015, at 11:49 AM, Mark Drake wrote:
|It's red, white and blue...let's not get to involved in this |
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Here is another model paint sampling data site..
Best to ya,
On May 13, 2015, at 11:30 AM, Mike Bauers wrote:
May I suggest you take a clear daylight-level lighting, but not flood lighted, digital picture of your model? Then port the image into your computer and use a color sampling program on it to next match your paint from this website or it’s download……http://www.paint4models.com
“ The Ultimate Model Paint Conversion Chart “
You can Google for a color sampling program, they are free. I use one that is bundled with my Not-Windows-OS, but have looked and downloaded before for the free Windows based ones.
You will find the most close colors with this method.