Hello Everyone, Normally, I like to finish my projects before posting, but its tough keeping up with photos and posting all at once on a finishing thread because pictures all look the same. So you guys are going to get this real time. I am at a disadvantage because I am going to school at the moment, and I don't have access to all my wonderful tools and personal workshop. So I am just going to use the University's Ranch Workshop. There are a few essentials. 1. Air Compressor 2. Spray gun 3. Lacquer, thinner, and sealer. My first stop was Sherwin Williams. God Bless Texas! Real Nitrocellulose lacquer and Vinyl Sealer for just 28$ a gallon. Then to Harbor Freight to grab a spray rig. ( HF because I am a broke college student, and HF is across the street fromt he Apt.) This traps and seperates moisture. This controls the air pressure entering the gun. This controls the air pressure going to the nozzle. This controls the width of the fan of the spray. This controls how much lacquer flows from the cup through the nozzle when spraying. This controls the orientation of the fan of the spray. Here it is all ready to go.