How do I paint ghost flames?

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A Ghost flames are painted-on flames that have a cloudy or blurred finish. These visuals can boost a car, boat, motorcycle, RV or an airplane. Painted ghost flames can help give your vehicle active color or the impression that it is longer, if you paint the ghost flames short or long, in that order. In painting a ghost flame, Prep the surface by checking a cloth with some hand soap and wiping dry the area to be painted, Draw your ghost flames then tape off the flames with painter's tape, Mix your base coat according to the directions on your can, put the paint into the airbrush cup, then spray the surface, Clean out the airbrush cup, Make sure your flame is smooth, Mix pearl dust and the clear lacquer in the airbrush cup, Then spray the flame and make sure you Re-sand the flame in four days.
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How to Paint Ghost Flames
Ghost flames are painted-on flames that have a smoky or hazy finish. These graphics can enhance a car, boat, motorcycle, RV or an airplane. To paint a ghost flame, you must start with a complete painted flame and bodywork, according to Hot Rodders.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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