Soooo. That is where you learned to paint. bulbThis car was painted with foam rollers.
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Here is the link to the article.
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A 1962 Ford Falcon Recieve A Budget Paint Job - Hot Rod Magazine
I'm not advocating it but it has been done before with more than surprising results.
Yea well instead of the solid base color being 10feet deep, it will be about a hair's depth.i been reading this whole thread. I painted cars for years. with paint technology changing all the time and getting thinner to reduce VOC . there is no way your going to sell me a car painted with a roller and looks like that. in the event it was done with a roller you would have 1000 hours in sanding the runs and highs and lows out.
Yea well I could walk the 22 miles to work but I don't.Yeah...right????
I personally would never paint a car or boat with a roller....I know how to paint with a gun....
But as the Charger above shows....with enough "determinatiion"...it can be done. Just seems like ALOT more work than it really needs to be.
Here's another car painted with a roller....
My Cobra Mustang - Page 8 - WARCRC
Thats why I asked. I am new to fiberglass painting. My line of work is in wood and varnish.
I can do all the prep etc... but after that, its all a mystery