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The best way to paint door lines etc..
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Hi guys! What is the best way to paint door lines etc?
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if you really want to paint it, use a thin edding.

But i suggest you to use Line Tape, Like the 0,3mm from ABC Hobbies
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Liquid mask :)

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You could try these body line vinyls from miniworks. CLICK THIS LINK

Haven't used them personally, but I just ordered them for the body I'll be painting next week. Pretty sure they'll turn out great. Look for Easy88Made and all the bodies they've painted. They use the same vinyls.
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(03-22-2016, 06:51 PM)Limeaway510 Wrote:  You could try these body line vinyls from miniworks. CLICK THIS LINK

Haven't used them personally, but I just ordered them for the body I'll be painting next week. Pretty sure they'll turn out great. Look for Easy88Made and all the bodies they've painted. They use the same vinyls.

This is a good share. Thanks, this is exactly what i was looking for.


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So theyre using these lines on this body? https://instagram.com/p/BCcYFB6tAWh/

If so, thats legit! Ill buy one too.
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(03-22-2016, 06:51 PM)Limeaway510 Wrote:  You could try these body line vinyls from miniworks. CLICK THIS LINK

Haven't used them personally, but I just ordered them for the body I'll be painting next week. Pretty sure they'll turn out great. Look for Easy88Made and all the bodies they've painted. They use the same vinyls.

Let us know how they turn out for you. I might pick up a set as my ABC tape is a bit thin, causing it to stretch easily and migrate.

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(03-22-2016, 06:58 PM)SICKwidIT Wrote:  So theyre using these lines on this body? https://instagram.com/p/BCcYFB6tAWh/

If so, thats legit! Ill buy one too.
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In that picture I'm not sure, but definitely in this one below. You can see the overlap on the headlight. Look up @instadone either on IG or FB (Allan Garcia-Matute). Dude is on another level lol.
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(03-23-2016, 11:30 AM)DriftGundam Wrote:  
(03-22-2016, 06:51 PM)Limeaway510 Wrote:  You could try these body line vinyls from miniworks. CLICK THIS LINK

Haven't used them personally, but I just ordered them for the body I'll be painting next week. Pretty sure they'll turn out great. Look for Easy88Made and all the bodies they've painted. They use the same vinyls.

Let us know how they turn out for you. I might pick up a set as my ABC tape is a bit thin, causing it to stretch easily and migrate.

-Vic
Will do. One class tomorrow and I'll be on spring break. Hoping to have the body done at some point next week :)
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Hi Guys,

I see you guys mentioned MiniWorks.
The owner known as RCSlide wrote a few articles for our blog, one of them is on how to do the line.
http://oversliders.net/2015/03/26/do-a-l...ith-vinyl/
Check it out as it will answer most of your questions.
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