Ok u guys, before I continue - I just want to say, u guys are so awesome with what u guys do and lately I given up on customizing but u guys are like... The Viagra of wanting to custom!
In other words... Thank you!
Ahem... Ok, I see alot of priming here, coating there, and all thouse fun stuff. But my question is, what about when I'm done coating paint and I want to draw things on the paint?
You see Im going to use a Munny for an example (I'm currently trying to work on a few). They have alot of space to just do anything and have literaly no details (they are round, kinda like an eggs surface), I want to draw faces or just small (or big) details, but everytime I do it, it comes out smoothgy and bumpy, and just uggly. I need it to be as flat as possible and neat. Now, I know u must use masking tape for this, but what about smaller drawings like a smile, or eyes, lines, markings, ect...
I'm currently using Acrylic paint and I have a set of brushes with soft white brush hairs. I'm thinking about switching to enamels but hopefully they go well on soft Vinyl like DIY Toys like Munny's, Dunny's, ect..
*Edited: This also appplies to any other type of figure, not just munny.