Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – a review

Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – a review

Lifecolor produce a product called Lifecolor Liquid Pigments which from their description:

The Liquid Pigments can be applied by brush, airbrush or any method you prefer. Once applied, the Liquid Pigments can be removed partially or completely from the treated surfaces using a brush or a cotton bud moistened in the Remover. If just applied, you can remove the Liquid Pigments with only water.

In this video I look at how easy they are to apply and whether the result is any good.

The “paint” was certainly easy to go on where there was a bit of tooth with the Dulcote underneath but did not come out quite as well with a shiny box car surface. I think you spend as much time smoothing it off as putting it on but it does give a nice subtle and permanent effect.

The Final Result

Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – Dullcote
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – Dullcote Panels
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – Dullcote Rivet Strips
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – No Dullcote
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – No Dullcote Panels
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – No Dullcote Rivet Strips
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments
Lifecolor Liquid Pigments – Roof

Materials

Lifecolor Trains and Tracks Liquid Pigments set
Testers Dullcote (spray can)


Index

00:08 Real World
00:26 Method
09:18 Final Result
09:54 Mini Kathys
14:14 Close

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