Badger's Black Primer and 15 mins later, Vallejo's Model Air Aluminum. I absolutely love this paint as it dries fast and looks great even after sealing it with a clear coat. I'm going to try Tamiya's X-22 Gloss clear instead of Future for this build. It seems "harder" and smells just wonderful!
I'll let this dry for a couple of days, than seal it with X-22 and after a day or so, add the color coat and start chipping away with a toothpick. I tried this with the G-6 and do like results. For larger chipping areas, I'll use Micro Mask -- Rubber cement is a bit too stringy and I've decided it's just not for me.
Pict looks grainy, but it's not like I prepped the surface for a true NMF finish. When I do the Tamiya Mustang (probably next), this is the paint I'll use and I've ordered more of it!