Custom painted lucky craft

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    A friend asked if I can paint his lure, since I paint everything else why not give it a shot..:cool2: I started off with a 3 stage Pearl white then laid down some mint green metallic followed by metallic gray then laid on the red metallic behind the Gil. I mixed up some clear coat and added a grayish micro flake. All this was done with a Hvlp gun no air brush;) . Oh Ya this is all automotive paint :D
     

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    Looks good, nice job!
     
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    That's pretty rad.
     

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