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  1. K2h2m3

    Painting foul up

    I use Armory clear coat to seal my Bones figures and they always come out fine. A friend of mine tried to do the same on a humid day and it came out tacky. I suggested he try to spray it again when the humidity went down. He claimed it worked but I have never personally seen said figure.
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    Grenadier Frost Giantess

    One of my favorite figures. Such an amazing paint job!
  3. K2h2m3

    Reaper figs with hexagon bases

    I've seen people have to have pieces of the blade removed from their fingers/hand when the blade breaks on the downstroke.
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    Ral Partha AD&D Catoblepas

    I always wanted one of these. Cool paint!
  5. Oddly enough I can't find the exact one this morning. Unfortunately I'm on a time crunch and can't spend much on it at the moment. They are available though. I've broken a few myself over the years. @Gadgetman! just sent you a PM.
  6. A search for "oil lamp chimney" brought up a replacement for that exact type in the first try.
  7. K2h2m3

    Kingdom Death: Pinup Wet Nurse

    I have this same figure in resin. Haven't touched mine yet. I really like your color choices.
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    Cleaning sealant out of brushes

    Vallejo, the gloss is the worst of the three. Last time I used it I still had some minor residue after cleaning three times with The Masters.
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    Cleaning sealant out of brushes

    Unfortunately in my experience warm water and The Masters doesn't cut it for me with the brand of varnish I use.
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    Cleaning sealant out of brushes

    Nope. I use Winsor & Newton brush cleaner and restorer to remove sealant.
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    Painting Obsidian Stone Weapons

    I'm surprised no one has mentioned the possibility of using Reaper Master Series 09280 Nightmare Black which is an almost black dark blue.
  12. I've only had cracking paint on two bones miniatures. Never on metal. Both times I started painting the miniatures only a few hours after priming with Reaper brush-on primer. Since I started waiting twenty-four hours I have not had it reoccur.
  13. Vallejo Metal Medium works outstanding with the Vallejo transparent paints.
  14. That Horus figure is a really rare Dragontooth Miniatures mini. Cool piece!
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