: Use a wash that has the other type of base
: from your varnish coat -oils over Future,
: acrylic over lacquer.
: The paint has to be pretty smooth before you
: spray the Future or other varnish, buff it
: with an old T-shirt until it looks sort of
: I like to use a panel line wash that's not
: do contrasting with the top coat. I use
: Future and for the gloss and then mix a gray
: with artist's oil paint just a little darker
: than the paint thinned with Turpenoid. For a
: very dark top coat, (black or sea blue) I'll
: mix the wash a shade lighter than the top
: It will look messy when it's first put on.
: The advantage of oil paint wash over Future
: is that you let it dry for a couple of hours
: and then take a cloth that's just damp with
: Turpenoid and wipe in the direction of the
: airflow. It takes off the messy part and
: leaves the wash in the lines. Q-tips work
: where the cloth can't get to.
: Make sure your panel lines are deep enough
: under all the primer, paint and Future to
: hold some of the wash. Deepen them at the
: primer stage if you have to.