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It’s not a colorshift paint (well turbo-shift now that GSW has their trademark), but Turbo Dork’s colored metallics are *super* vibrant. Check out their website and they show each color over a Dreadball figure and plastic spoon.

https://turbodork.com/

ETA: That said, Emerald Nightmare and some clever use of Nuln Oil Gloss could make for some neat effects.

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Certainly looks colorshifting from green to black, the Blue Raspberry goes blue to purple but I'll need to mess with them.  I'll need some gloss black primer from the look of this. 



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Their shifting paints are specifically branded as such, the greater part of their line are single color (but still super saturated metallics).

You can also just prime with a standard black and apply a gloss varnish over that. Note that some of their colors are designed to go over white instead.

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Yeah, I'll need to test some before applying it to my titan. I'm off tomorrow so I plan to make some progress.



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TITA I built the first Reaver from our first starter. Getting the upper arms to line up right after magnetizing is a right pain.
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