I know there are alot of different ones, but I only do a few fish a tear of my own. I use water base paints so which one should I try? any info would be appreciated. Thanks
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I also use waterbased paints for my fish work. An excellent spray can gloss is 'Gary Bowen's Super Fish Gloss' available through WASCO. About three coats and you're in business.
I follow my wife into craft stores and get some nifty supplies for my business. I also use water based paints through my airbrush on fishes. I use an aerosol gloss(sold through most craft supply stores)..."triple thick glaze" by Accent. Krylon now sells the exact same spray. It really is EXTRA thick and self-leveling. Application of this stuff intensifies the colors beyond belief. When it's on sale, I buy it by the case. MMM-MMM-GOOD stuff...eh?
Thanks for the suggestions Ill check them both out.
...carries a product called Hi-Shine...pink can in the craft section at Wal-Mart.
One flash coat and 2 heavy coats and your glowing!
The triple thick from accent that Doug mentioned is great stuff too but I
have been having trouble finding a local distributor. Maybe Michaels carries it.