coloring white strong flexible plastic?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by peea_grow, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. peea_grow
    peea_grow New Member
    somebody knows if its possible to colour the material white strong flexible plastic?
  2. orange3D
    orange3D New Member
    I've tried spraying on Tamiya Grey Primer from a spray can and it seems to stick on well. Most hobby paints should then stick on to the Tamiya Grey Primer without any problem.
    One thing to watch out for though, because white strong flexible plastic is flexible, the paint has to be sort of flexible or it might flake off.
  3. stop4stuff
    stop4stuff Well-Known Member
    Acrylic paint goes straight onto WSF without any primer needed, I've taken to using Humbrol acrylic in a spray can although diluted artists acylic works well too.

  4. stonysmith
    stonysmith Well-Known Member Moderator
    Well.. the materials such as HotPink, Strong, Flexible are nothing more than WSF that has been dyed.

    There's a couple of forum threads that go into a rather deep discussion of the alchemy required to get good coloring.