The pens are the way to go! testors or Sharpie, paint markers are cheap. The beugler striping tools are expensive and not worth the one time use (unless you've offered to stripe all the Hotrods and cars in the neighborhood).http://www.hobbytalk.com/bbs1/showpost.php?p=3618506&postcount=258
and that is all I have to say about that.
Funny Rick, the continuous lane stripes always remind me of a children's placemat at IHOP...ya know? The one where ya follow the doodle maze with yer crayon. :freak:Dumb question: is it possible to REMOVE paint like that once you use it? I've always been hesitant to paint track pieces because if I ever change my layout, I'm stuck with those colors and I can't use those pieces to go in the opposite direction or put them on the inside instead of the outside or anything like that. I've tried colored sticker dots at the corners where deslots are likely, but over time they come off. I was thinking I could just use the paint pens to do dots like that... But will I be able to get the paint off if I change the layout?
Thanks in advance...
:thumbsup:....I've always liked the idea of lil segments of vinyl sticky dots or pinstripe tape applied between the rails in the appropriate or difficult areas to marshall. :thumbsup:
Seems like a no brainer....which is good ....cuz as humans we're only using 10% of it at best. :tongue: