Resin Prepping: Mold Lines and Flaws
Video Length: 2 min, 28 sec
This resin is one of the more easy resins to prep. Most of the mold lines were already taken care of.
In this video, I looked over the resin carefully to fix any missed mold lines and resin flaws.
400 grade sandpaper
Liquitex Modeling Paste
Video Length: 1 min, 58 sec
The model horse in this video was prepped with Krylon white primer. The primer has sat overnight to fully cure.
The model horse is ready for final prepping. This final prepping method is for any scale model horse.
Using firm pressure, rub the sandpaper over every part of the model horse until it shines like glass.
The shine is the ultimate goal so the model horse is as smooth as possible for pigment painting. The smoother the horse,
the less trouble you'll have when painting with pigments.
Note: The string on the tail is used when I spray and hang my horses to dry. For me, it's the easiest way to get a nice
even coat of matte spray or primer without touching the horse.
1000 grade sandpaper