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Baseball; 62 World Series Pitch and Bat Game- Painting 'Splatter' Question


By SteveinTexas

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

I am planning to repaint this games cabinet and head. So how did they originally add the 'splatter' for use of a better word. And the follow up is how do I replicate?

Please correct me on the correct term if it is not splatter, flecking or webbing.

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#2 5 years ago

Anyone point me on how to replicate this splatter technique?

#3 5 years ago

I think it was from the guy inhaling paint fumes and coughing all over the cabinet as he painted it.

Or, try searching google for "gottlieb paint webbing".

#4 5 years ago

Gottlieb paint webbing is a bit different. This is "flecked" not webbed. Anyway I swore there was another post somewhere on Pinside trying to achieve the same results. Finding it may be tricky but I thought there were some good suggestions posted.

#5 5 years ago

Alex,

I searched here a few different times before posting, but without a picture posted its hard to know if this finish was being discussed. It looks to have been originally a spray gun technique possibly like webbing.

I am showing the paint under the side rails in the pic's so it should be the original.

#6 5 years ago

I know, I searched too. I always have a hard time finding old posts.

#7 5 years ago

you need to find a model #19 or model #7 Binks spray gun with a # 32 pin .the cob webbing was done with tinted lacquer as was the spatter lower the air pressure coming from the compressor and adjust the pin . if you find an old hot rod painter he will show you how to do this in a few min. They let the lacquer thicken up to do this the lacquer we use now is real thin

#8 5 years ago

Instead of me 'babbling', look here: http://www.pinrepair.com/restore/index1.htm#repaint. Thanks once again Clay for that and all who contributed.

I've webbed and splattered using various techniques. Try them and see what works best for you. I had the best results w/splatter using a small wire brush. W/webbing I have used 'can-o-webbing'(much thicker)but 1st alternative till I learned how to use automotive spray gun)and automotive paint sprayer w/lacquer which is the cats meow in my opinion to re-create webbing.

Clay shows webbing and splatter re-creation w/brush. There is a brush on Dick Blicks website used for that effect.

I would strongly suggest practicing first w/whatever method you choose before you actually apply to cabinet, and even then not guaranteed to be as exact as you had practiced but you'll have a good idea on the outcome. Have fun and good luck!

#9 5 years ago

Thanks for the input guys.

This is a Williams game not Gottlieb but to my eyes it is probably similar to Clay's splatter example, definitely not a webbing.

I have completed an early 50's Williams and a Bally 60's repaint, I was been able to replicate the dot type splatter with a trimmed small brush and just flicked the paint on.

I think Cash you are spot on, just practice as before using Clay's technique for splatter until I get it to work out.

#10 5 years ago

The part of the cabinet shown in the photo looks to be in really good condition. Why the desire for a full re-paint?

#11 5 years ago
Quoted from emguy:

The part of the cabinet shown in the photo looks to be in really good condition. Why the desire for a full re-paint?

Its a fair question. Overall the cabinet is not in good condition. It needed some new wood panels and still needs plenty of cabinet repair. I took pictures of the best painted parts that show the original paint.

It is part of a larger restore project that was a topic 2 months ago here on pinside. Here is the link that shows some of the cabinet as is. https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/williams-1962-world-series-pinball-restore-story

I enjoy the painting part except cutting out stencils as well as the mechanical restore. Its for my permanent collection.

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