D.I.Y. Swirl Paint Job? - How is it done?
With the seemingly small (2?) number of custom shops that can produce a swirl paint job, it leads me to ask the following questions.
How is the swirl paint done? Can it be done at home?
The only thing I've been able to find about this, is that the guitar is submerged into a tub of water and paint is applied on top of the water (acrylic, I think). *The guitar is slowly pulled up through the paint.
I'm scratch-building a guitar, and want to explore this as a finish *option. *If anyone can provide insight, or specific details, please do. *
If nothing else, it would be interesting to learn how this fantastic finish is created.