Share this:RedditPrintEmailTwitterFacebookPinterestWhatsAppTumblrLike this:Like Loading... This Post Has 2 Comments Ken March 26, 2015 Can you elaborate a little on how you accomplished this red? I’ve been using alclad black base > alclad chrome > tamiya acrylic clear yellow/red/blue etc on most of my models but the tint of the color seems very dark. Is this a problem specific with alclad chrome, or is it my application of the chrome itself? you can see some of what i’m referring to here: http://www.gundamsd671.tumblr.com I want to do a SD sinanju in a bright orange, so i’m thinking of trying black base > tamiya gold leaf >tamiya clear orange.. would that be better than using the alclad chrome ? GameraBaenre March 27, 2015 Hey Ken. Scroll down to the middle of this page here: http://gamerabaenre.com/?page_id=3042 to the Feb 17, 2014 section. Excerpt from the post: The lighter tone uses a mixture of clear pink, a small amount of clear orange, and clear red for tonal changes, sprayed over alclad super bright silver. The red is just Finisherâ€™s clear red over alclad super bright silver. The deep red areas are finisherâ€™s clear red over alclad polished brass. I don’t have the exact formula; but it’s sort of documented in this post. Hopefully it helps you out. Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.