Fine masking line tape Jul 26, 2010 17:19:57 GMT -5 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by hobbybobby on Jul 26, 2010 17:19:57 GMT -5 It was asked, how I make these lines here:Or on this one:The answer is simple: MASKINGMasking with fine line tape. These are the tapes that I have used. These are from Kyosho. It exists in many different widths and colors. I had a very good experience with them (not only to cover).Zombie said then, that he can`t find it nowhere, or might not order...Well, it need not necessarily be those tapes from Kyosho. There are countless products that this service can do. I have here a few others.There are also short, not only rolled up. These are side by side:Any of these products will also be in your vicinity, that can be found...Some points to consider. The tapes should stick, but not too much. Otherwise you have problems, when you replace it. The basic color might come along, or the adhesive remains on the body. Both are stupid. They should also not be too thick. The thinner they are, the better. Last you should not apply too much color. If possible, a thin, opaque layer. Because otherwise the paint ripping, and the line has lateral fringes. The paint should not be diluted too much, otherwise they will run under the tape.Try it out! ;D I hope, that was not boring and helps a little.