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Dan Ford
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I ran out of Tester's Flesh colored paint the other day, (also sold as Wood Colored) it came in a small glass bottle about an inch square and an inch and half high. I looked around the shop for an alternative, and came up with Rustoleum Brand Chestnut Brown and Flat White Spray paint. I sprayed a little of each into a paper cup (50/50) and used a small paint brush. Turned out great. Keeping a can of each on hand just in case! Values may differ depending on your shade of skin.
ringmaster
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I.ve used a spray can ,glossy wood tan, over sprayed with Krylon spray clear flat. Much cheaper than Tessor, and it makes great roughing spray too.
Some magic dealers relabel the little spray cans of Tessor clear flat, as roughing spray. The large cans of Krylon are much cheaper.
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Dan Ford
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On Jan 12, 2021, ringmaster wrote:

Some magic dealers relabel the little spray cans of Tessor clear flat, as roughing spray. The large cans of Krylon are much cheaper.


I agree with Krylon being cheaper and great for a roughing spray, good point.
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