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Old 12-13-2001, 06:33 PM   #7
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Another tip: Use wide masking tape to make patterns. Paint a base color, let dry, then cover what you want to show with masking tape. This can be used to make camo mimicking woodland, realtree, advantage, and all that. It gives straight edges. Personally, I like the non-tape method better, but the taped way does look cool if you have a design you like.
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