Hi Norbert, yes that could be a cause. Or maybe the paint was drying quickly and didn't have the time to flatten properly. Are they completely hardened? I think you should give a couple of coats again, than carefully sand and polish...
I am not using Tamiya clear acrylic anymore because most of the time it stayed sticky or gummy forever. I started using the new Future a couple of years ago, works great every time and can be sanded.
One last thought: could your air compressor overheating?
That is not anything to worry about. I have experienced this when I was painting while it was too humid outside. Just hit it with some 2000 grit sandpaper.
Hi mates, no Compressor is big enough with a 20 liter tank. Will try to sand it with 2000 grid.
Let you know about the results. Thanks.
I had a similar problem with Tamiya TS-13 Clear spray can. I believe it was either too cold weather, applied to heavily, or a combination of both
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Inspired by andrea's build of the 1:72nd Horten . I put out my horten out of my shelf
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After nearly one year of absence, i have found back to my hobby. Lets forget 2020, and focus on 21.