#1
So im making this guitar in woodshop. It is all done except for the painting. I had it sanded and ready and then painted it with this paint.

http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Finishing_supplies/Colors,_tints,_and_stains/ColorTone_Liquid_Pigments_for_Lacquer.html

I used a brush to apply it but it always left terrible streaks and lines in the paint. How can i fix this or am i doing something wrong?
#2
try sanding it with very fine sandpaper after each coat, that should help, then after you've sanded the last one, buff it so it shines.
#3
You should spray it using an airbrush and do the same with the lacquer
Best bet would be to sand most of the paint down and airbrush it

EDIT: If you'd read the item's description this would have been clear:
ColorTone Liquid Pigments for Lacquer
Brilliant colors for spraying opaque lacquer finishes.
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#5
have you thought about woodstain?
if you do try this, make sure that instead of a brush, use a cloth to pply it, and you'll have no streaks at all.
#6
What type of brush are you using may I ask?

Hopefully you are using a sponge style instead of bristles, because bristles would cause a headache streaks and scratchwise
#7
sorry...didnt know i had tro spray it...i may have to look into that....and plus the sanding between coats didnt help i did that. it still left the marks.

Im gonna sand it down and start over. i was thinkin about sunbursting it instead. how hard is it to sunburst and does anyone know of a good guide or anything?