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Painting wood grain

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Not sure of the beltway of putting this, but I want to paint wood on the interior of a car. What is the best way to do this?

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Wow, that's insane.

Do you use decal paper or regular paper and glue it on?

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here is some of the wood grain i have done.

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Close to what I want, did you use the "wood" base enamel with streaks of darker brown or the "rust" color?

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I have painted wood grain on interiors in the past. I use Tamiya acrylic bottle paint. I lay down a base color of Dark Yellow. I then use Flat Brown and dry brush streaks to represent the darker grain. I let dry for a day or 2 then shoot Clear Orange through my airbrush over the entire surface. Then i hit it with the canned Tamiya TS-13 (Gloss coat). Lastly a very thin dark brown wash blends everything together. Sorry no pics. Danger

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Wow, we'll until my skills improve I bought some wood grain decals to lay down.

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