by Rodney Williams
Bill Dye came to our club meeting one time, and did a "demo" on the wet paper masking/painting. Bill used ordinary white 8.5" x 11" white paper. He cut the paper to size, with a new #11 blade, then wet it "good." Removing the paper from the water, he let it kinda drip dry, then placed it on the model., da!da!da! He blotted off the excess water, then used his air brush and gently blew off any water. He just airbrushed on his color, removed the damp paper and presto, nice fine lines, and no darn tape residue. I've done it, so I know it works.
© Rodney Williams 2004