Model Kit Help Needed

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Chuck Williams
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So I had to run into Walmart and checked their paint cards and Walmart/Glidden's Colorplace paint called "Grayed Rose Quartz" looked like a winner!
So take a look at that if you're curious and you don't have those two BatBooks handy.
It's a pretty good match to the tight color without custom mixing.
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That blue I posted earlier also becomes a familiar purple-ish color in warm incandescent light.
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Chuck Williams wrote: Thu Oct 07, 2021 2:30 pm So I had to run into Walmart and checked their paint cards and Walmart/Glidden's Colorplace paint called "Grayed Rose Quartz" looked like a winner!
So take a look at that if you're curious and you don't have those two BatBooks handy.
It's a pretty good match to the tight color without custom mixing.
Thanks for all this, Chuck! I knew I could count on you when it came to colors!

Jim
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My pleasure Jim!! Enjoy!! :)
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Chuck Williams wrote: Thu Oct 07, 2021 11:14 am What I used on the busts to get as close as I could to the look and color of the satin
Chuck your bust is so awesome! Talk about a SPOT on likeness. I just bought your cowl last year and I just realized I need this now. ;)
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