Robert Barker, a skilled individual with a flair for creativity and precision, embarked on a distinctive project that diverged from his usual pursuits. Despite not being a software developer, his dedication to clear work and learning was evident in his endeavor. Mixing a gallon of 3M body filler into a Tamco base, he combined materials with a methodical approach akin to a software development process. Employing Tamco Paint Pretty in Pink, he introduced vibrant color to his creation. For a solid foundation, he chose HP5312 White DTM Primer, adjusting its consistency to replace the conventional white base. To withstand the challenging weather conditions in Tennessee, he wisely opted for an unbuffed HC2105 Extra Slow High Solids Clearcoat with a slow hardener. Through this project, Robert showcased his commitment to precision and the pursuit of clear outcomes, qualities that underscore his journey of exploration and mastery/


Painter: Robert Barker

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Hc2105Hp2010Hp5312Hr reducerPretty in pinkUrethane reducers