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eye painting

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by KJ, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. KJ

    KJ New Member

    I was wondering if there is something that can be used to cover the eye to prevent overspray, that can be bought locally instead of having to order it from a supply company? Thanks for any help!
  2. AFWS

    AFWS The lost Robertson

    I've used modge podge before ;D works pretty good

  3. You should be able to find "Liquid Latex Mold Builder" which is just liquid latex rubber at local hobby stores... I know Hobby Lobby carries it in our area. Just paint it onto the eyeball (the part you want to protect from overspray), allow it to dry, and paint. When you are finished painting, just peel off the mold builder and you have clean glass.
  4. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    eye protect ; page 80 WASCO catalog.
  5. jake7719

    jake7719 Well-Known Member

    At an Art Supply Store, in the watercolor paint section you will find a liquid called "Frisket".
  6. buckeye

    buckeye New Member

    x2 on the liquid frisket. Can get it at most hobby stores
  7. Bill Yox

    Bill Yox Well-Known Member

    Id rather clean the eye after painting. Sure you wanna protect the eye in advance?
  8. scandler

    scandler New Member

    i also clean the eyes after painting (laquir paint). take a q- tip with windex and apply to the eye, then take a tooth pick cut at an angle to clean it off. works great for me
  9. Mr.T

    Mr.T Active Member

    X 2,, then polish with a dry Q-tip. then a soft brush or air.
  10. Matt

    Matt Active Member

    I use the eye protect, but just to keep the overspray on the eye itself to a minimum. I still clean the entire eye after removing it.
  11. DDavis

    DDavis Active Member

    Same as Matt
  12. Outback 33

    Outback 33 U.S.A.

  13. Ditto what Matt said.
  14. just dap a q tip in alchohol and clean eye afterwords
  15. papagoose

    papagoose papagoose and goslings

    matt has a great idea there that is what i do as well