#1
I understand that Oil and Urethane are used, but I cannot find oil paint in any local hobby and hardware stores around here. What's are some specific brands and models used?
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#2
I used Testors brand flat paints. Gloss paints won't work, semi-gloss (also read: satin) doesnt' work as well as the flat paint will. In the painting/finishing sticky there is a tutorial and he says what brand he used as well.
#3
enamel paints usually work (ie Plastikote Odds and Ends) and humbrol enamel is said to work

But you can only ever use flat paint, the metallic and glossy ones DO NOT work.

At the moment i have excel "Just Enough" paint from zellers ($0.29 a bottle:O) and it floats well, but i haven't tried swirling/painting anything.
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#4
i used testors. worked great.

as long as its oil based paint without gloss, you should be fun.
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#5
Thanks for clearing everything up guys. I read several tutorials and none got into detail with paints. Thanks again! I'll have my Epi LP primed and swirled in a week.
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