I know this is a pretty dumb question but I'd sure like to help my old man out. We started painting his K20 today, in military camo fashion. It is turning out alright but the thing is, it *looks* sprayed out of a can. You can see swirly looking marks and some of the olive drab cans sprayed this horrible looking green while some were nice. I can take pics in the morning if someone would like to see. Any tips on getting a more even spray from a can? Is a paintbrush job a better way to go? This evening we went over the the National Guard Armory and checked out their paint jobs /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif . Nice Sunday drivin' with the kids... you could see overspray between colors but it didn't look swirly within the color. Any advice appreciated. Hub was going to get a projector to project the pattern on the truck just to make sure and do a good job, but didn't get ahold of the thing. Point being, I think he wants it to look like a "good" camo job.