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  1. Clockhogg

    Is it ok just to use matte sealer alone?

    I may just get a brush on sealer, as they seem to have no issues. I would like the assurance of knowing that the figure is protected, and don't really want to leave it un sealed.
  2. Clockhogg

    Is it ok just to use matte sealer alone?

    I can't find anything that says this spray is acrylic, so I'm not sure what to do right now.
  3. Clockhogg

    Is it ok just to use matte sealer alone?

    Ah,ok. I'm using Krylon 1311, which I believe is acrylic. I'll look it up and see, and the Bones stuff too.
  4. Clockhogg

    Is it ok just to use matte sealer alone?

    Ok, today I got my Reaper Bones, and painted my first miniature ever (Cave Troll)! So after painting it (with P3) I got my Krylon Matte Sealer ready, and looked up how to seal miniatures online. I read that I should use a gloss coat first, then matte. Now, as I only have matte, is it ok just to use matte sealer by its self, or do I really need a gloss coat? I have also read about "frosting." How can I prevent frosting?
  5. Ok, today I got my Reaper Bones, and painted my first miniature ever (Cave Troll)! So after painting it (with P3) I got my Krylon Matte Sealer ready, and looked up how to seal miniatures online. I read that I should use a gloss coat first, then matte. Now, as I only have matte, is it ok just to use matte sealer by its self, or do I really need a gloss coat? I have also read about "frosting." How can I prevent frosting?
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