1. Transparent method Base color: White Main color: Junshi 48#Transparent Yellow 49#Transparent Orange Spraying method: Shadow: First dilute the fluorescent red very thinly, and spray it on the center of the shadow—that is, the most prominent part of the shadow. In the dark place, the color that comes out is pink, which is correct. Then use a thin spray of transparent orange on the top and periphery of the fluorescent red to blur the outside of the shadow, so that the transition is soft and the natural main color is diluted with transparent orange + a small amount of transparent yellow. Very thin, spray on the whole slowly, pay attention to spray layer by layer. After spraying, wait for it to dry to see the effect before deciding what to do next. Highlights are achieved using less coverage. Matte finally. Note: The transparent color itself cannot cover the underlying color because it is transparent. If there is any problem, the only remedy is to wash off all the colors and re-spray. The more you spray the transparent color, the darker it will be. If it is too deep and too heavy, the only remedy is to wash off all the colors and spray again. This method is not easy to master. A bit difficult for novices. 2. Layer-by-layer coverage method: Background color: white Main color: Junshi 1# White 4# Yellow 49# Transparent Orange Color: Main color (basic color): About 95% of white is mixed with 4% of transparent orange + A small amount of yellow shadow: first spray the very thin transparent orange directly on the shadow area, and then spray the adjusted main color on other parts normally. Finally, spray the main color on the shadow part, and the paint should be thinner, so as to achieve the soft and natural transition of the shadow part. Highlight: use main color + white, spray a small airflow on the highlight part and then extinction. There are mainly three ways to achieve gold: 1: Use the existing paint of Junshi to spray directly 2: Use silver as the background color, and spray transparent yellow and transparent orange on it to achieve it 3: Gold powder method In terms of effect . The gold produced by method 1 and method 2 is unsatisfactory in terms of tone and texture. The gold that is made is the best one. Let's talk about the implementation of various golds: Method 1: 9# gold and sm02 super gold. The specific steps are to spray directly diluted gold on the white or silver. Many people like to use black as the base color when making gold. I really don't know why I use black as the base color. The gold sprayed out with black as the background color will turn black at some points. In fact, the background color of gold should be white or silver. The gold produced in this way is better in luster and will not be dark. The gold produced by 9# is close to copper. The effect is not ideal. The gold made by sm02 is a bit like red gold, and the effect is not ideal. Method 2: The specific steps are to spray silver on the black, and then spray (transparent yellow + transparent orange) on the silver. The amount can be adjusted by yourself. If you spray transparent yellow directly, the gold you get will turn blue. In this way, the golden color is made. The texture is seriously bad. The reason is that the particles of transparent paint are too small to express the texture of gold at all. The golden color made by this method can be used as shadow. The step is to spray a small amount of transparent orange on the shadow area after spraying silver. Method 3: Specific steps: use white as the background color, and when the white is not completely dry, use gold powder mixed with thinner and spray it directly in the air. After it dries, spray it with super varnish. The gold produced by this method is simply perfect in terms of tone and texture. Red Gunshi's paint. There are mainly 5 kinds of red, 3# 79#, transparent red, fluorescent red and automatic car red. 79# is similar to 3#, and 79# is slightly brighter than 3#. Don't know how to describe it. . . Khan. Transparent red I mainly use for correction and shadow. Red is a translucent color. This feature is that the more layers you spray, the darker the color will be. So if you use a white base color, directly dilute 3# or 79# red and spray it to get a dark red color. Not the red you want at all. So if you want to get the red you want, you must use orange or yellow as the background color, which everyone must have heard. If you want a bright red like fire, what should you use as a base color? The answer is grey. Don't ask me why, I don't know either. I tried it myself. . Haha You can also use 10# brown or fluorescent red as the base color, and then spray 3# or 79# red. The red color sprayed out with brown as the base color is slightly darker. . Let me talk about the method of metallic red. There are two main methods: 1. Use black as the base color, spray silver first, then spray transparent yellow or transparent orange (spray less in the shadows), and then spray a layer of transparent red evenly to get the metal famous. Oh, remember to spray transparent yellow or transparent orange, or dark red 2. White or silver as the base, spray gold directly, and then spray transparent red. Compare the above two methods. We can also come up with a way to make gold, haha, it is silver + transparent yellow, this gold is a bit blue, and the texture is not very good. Next time I will talk about the realization of gold. Jun's also has a metallic red for automatic cars. You can refer to the practice of metallic red.