After discovering Magic Marble Paint on youtube about a year or so ago, I've always wanted to try it. Nobody who stocked it overseas was willing to send it to Australia or send it at a reasonable postage price (one place wanted $60 US to send 1 bottle here), so I've just been waiting.
About 2 weeks ago, I finally found someone here in OZ that stocks it and ordered it straight away.
I did some testing today and here are the results so far.
I first used a few pieces of scrap wood to test the colours and technique. Worked and looks pretty good.
So I then gave an old Fender Squire body that I had here (prepped white a week ago) a shot and here is the results.
It kind of faded out a little towards to top of the body, but I kind of like it. The back is quite faded too, but I dont really care to much...
I'm going to try a Green/Black swirl tomorrow on another old ****ty body (already prepped with green base coat) that I have here and see how that goes.
This paint is so easy to use. I love it. I'm going to swirl everything now...
I just need to workout what clear to use on it. Anybody got any tips????