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PITT Artist's Pens - Bleeding?

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PITT Artist's Pens - Bleeding?
Posted by hooknladderno1 on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 1:09 PM

While working on a recent automobile project(White Ford Crown Victoria), I had masked off the body(white Tamiya spray) to paint the window moldings.  I used a combination of Tamiya masking tape, and Bare Metal Foil.  I thought that I had burnished everything down well, but my airbrushed coats of PollyScale Engine Black somehow leaked through.  I was fortunately able to remove most of the offending blunder, and am now considering other alternatives.  I had thought about using a very fine permanent pigment to darken the recessed panel lines, then brush paint the black up to that edge.  In doing some reading(Gundam markers, Micron markers, etc,) I came across a suggestion about PITT Artist's PensDoes anyone have any experience with them?  Will they bleed with overcoats of Future/alcohol mix(50/50)?  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

 

David 

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