Originally Posted by JimmyJoe
Why is RS-MaxxMudd LL a better choice than Silver Fire for me? Also, why the LL not the standard? Thanks!
First off, the need for for the Screen to be able to produce a maximum amount of Foot Lambert points to the RS-MaxxMudd LL
as being a good choice.
Secondly, RS-MaxxMudd LL
has appreciable contrast enhancing potential, potential that is amplified when a PJ like the Panny 7000 is set up corectly and is itself producing excellent contrast.
Thirdly, and tied to the first two, it's the easier and less expensive application.
That being said, the SF v2.5 1.0
mentioned and used in the examples above would be a premium choice, as it can do everything that RS-MaxxMudd LL
can do and more, but it comes with it's higher price tag and somewhat lessor flexibility in that it must be sprayed and it cannot be rolled.
(...well leastwise, I have not tried.... rolleyes.gif )
Note: RS-MM -Standard
has the highest amount of Silver Metallic in the mix, and must be sprayed. It is the younger sibling of Silver Fire
, yet falls below SF's overall potential. RS-MM Standard
's primary advantages being that it is a excellent, dynamic image producing application with basic ambient light resistance and the silver metallic 's contrast enhancing properties...and also that is relatively less inexpensive to mix up.
Many current DIY Screen apps owe their existence to their previous iterations...but mostly all are by nature superior to their forerunners in ever way.