I need some advice on using model paints on wood and possibly paper. I want to use enamel modeling paints on wood because of the wide range of effects available metallic,fluorescent, etc, and also matching shades- using paints made by manufacturers for wood from modeling suppliers could be troublesome.Do modeling paints react to wood differently than plastic? Does wood surface change in texture for example? Are there special priming techniques needed? I was thinking of using wood because readily available precut in various shapes and easy to join using wood glue. An example of the convenience of wood is using pre-made dowels painted to represent metal pipes.Thanks for any help.