Originally Posted by captainmorgan
Not really sparkling I guess. Not sure how to describe it. Speckled noisy in bright white scenes. The surface seems smooth but might have some orange peeling. I did roll the paint on. I would like to try spraying this time. Should I spray the wall again or what would the best option be. I already have the frame built and covered with black velvet. Thank for the help.
I think I answered my own question. Considering the Thread title, and the nature of the query, You used the latest version 2.0 RS-MM . Yes....no?
I searched for a post of yours about the screen, but found no others.
Can you relate again exactly what is in your mix and in what proportions.
A "fix" can be a simple as adding a small amount of diluted UPW Flat to the mix, and re-applying 3 Dusters.
The graininess is a trade off of creating a screen app. that can have gain and high contrast. In this case it's less pronounced than the similar type Mfg.screens. But....DIY leads to a closer. more expectant type of relationship. When it can get to be so good, anything at all off is all the more highlighted.
Case in point. Using the Interior Enamel in Satin to increase gain "without" adding any graininess actually wound up enhancing it in lighter colored versions. For those who notice such, it doesn't go away, no matter how slight the effect is.
I recently experienced a similar end result with a very light, high gain SF.
The screen is so bright and clear, anything "less than" such as the off angle reflective side of the Silver Flakes is like a stuck DLP mirror pixel. The Silver, not the Pearl is the issue. But only in mixes that out of design must "go there".
But spray technique is an important part of using such mixes, and Rolling is not an advisable option at all. Your own rolling certainly us a contributing factor. But a quick 3 Dusters of an adjusted mix and your going to be feeling different.
But as stated, the "Fix" is in, and with your soon to come experience with a Gun, you should knock the respray out in no time.