I have what I think is a pretty usual looking FT playfield. I'm in the US for a while, and while I'm here I'd order some pinball stuff to save on shipping for when I go back.
I asked a colleague to take some pictures of the plastics (the machine is at the office), but you can see fairly well what I'm talking about in those pictures.
Now I'm wondering whether to:
-get the big overlay from MAD (I've seen one here locally, and it looks pretty good, but not enough that I couldn't tell it was there - no clearcoat or playfield protector however... I'm guessing those would hide it pretty well.
-get single decals for the individual inserts
-do the playfield touchups with an airbrush. My girlfriend has a pretty good little compressor and gun and a whole assortment of createx paints. Would the paint still look good on lit inserts?
Whichever solution I choose, I guess I would have to do a full clearcoat to protect it afterwards (and make it blend in better in the case of decals)? This is really the part I'm not equipped (yet) to handle.
Or would any of those solutions hold up pretty well even if unprotected (except for a good wax)?