Home › Forums › General › General › Undercoating/priming, do you prefer “toothy” or “smoothy”? › Reply To: Undercoating/priming, do you prefer “toothy” or “smoothy”?
Toothier the better or some paint has trouble with coverage. I usually spray matt black on (depending on manufacturer that can range from a nice grainy finish to a horrible slick surface) then I mist it with white from two feet away. The light white spray gives all the tooth I need ever time, and also does high and low lights over the black. Thank you Dr Faustus painting clinic for that.
If I want a smooth surface , just paint some more base coat on by hand.
"Mistakes in the initial deployment cannot be rectified" - Helmuth von Moltke