The Making of Retro Mixers

Mixers in various stages
Today I will finish the retro mixers for my shop. Once the mixers are resin printed they need several very thin coats of gesso. After the gesso has completely dried it can then be sanded with light grid sandpaper just to get rid of any imperfections. Only then can the actual paint be applied. Since I began writing this post, my airbrush clogged up and I had to continue painting the mixers the regular way with a good soft brush. This video has not been edited as of yet, since I am posting as I continue to work.
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