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Yes I saw that. I did buy an individual Paint, but have read people saying it would be nice if you could tell what was in each SET, as you can't really tell from their site.

Willen posted something about how it works, but thought this might be easier....

 

I have to poke holes in the tips of these, correct?

 

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Exactly. Also in numerous sites that sell the paints.

 

If you want to know which paints are in EACH set, rule is simple for the non-Fantasy line:

 

Colors SC-01 to SC-08 : NMM Steel Set

Colors SC-09 to SC-16 : NMM Gold Set

Colors SC-17 to SC-24 : Flesh Set

Colors SC-25 to SC-32 : Wood and Leather Set

Colors SC-33 to SC-40 : Blood and Fire Set

Colors SC-41 to SC-48 : Colors of Nature, Green Set

Colors SC-49 to SC-56 : Sky and Ice Set

Colors SC-57 to SC-62 plus SC-00 (black) and SC-01 (white) : Black and White Set

 

Yes, tips and undrilled.

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

Also best way to poke a hole in the tip?

I was going to use the tiniest drill bit I have in a pin vice...

It is smaller than a straight pin...

 

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

 

The names are not the same. Some of the colors may be very, very similar, but they are not called the same things.

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

 

The names are not the same. Some of the colors may be very, very similar, but they are not called the same things.

 

 

I've got all the sets.  Not named or numbered the same.  And I'd say the colors are not duplicated to my eye at all.  Though some are close I think.

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

Also best way to poke a hole in the tip?

I was going to use the tiniest drill bit I have in a pin vice...

It is smaller than a straight pin...

 

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George

 

I just used a paperclip, bend it straight and poke away.

Oh and hold the bottom of the tip with the other hand so it won't come off.

And have a tissue nearby to wipe the excess and the paperclip.

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

 

The names are not the same. Some of the colors may be very, very similar, but they are not called the same things.

 

 

I've got all the sets.  Not named or numbered the same.  And I'd say the colors are not duplicated to my eye at all.  Though some are close I think.

 

 

I was happy thinking they were duplicates. Now I need to get all those  :down:

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I use a sewing pin, but that is cuz I have a bunch of sewing pins for sewing. I always have some in my hobby area for unblocking bottles.

 

I have my fantasy paints all intermixed on my desk arranged by color, I didn't write down what came in what box before i got rid of the boxes.

 

It is tempting to get some of the orginal colors, but I am trying to stick with just fantasy for now since it forces me to use colors I may not normally since I have a more limited pallete. Like painting a RH blood vestal goblin green and hot pink :)

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It is tempting to get some of the orginal colors, but I am trying to stick with just fantasy for now...

 

Right there with ya... except that I had to get the blue and green sets, because... pretty... and then I had to get the red set, because I didn't want red to feel left out... and then I had to cherry-pick the blues and oranges and yellows out of the other sets (as singles), because I didn't want them to feel left out. Oh, and I had to get the metallic sets (of course). And Inktensity.

 

So at this point, I am definitely sticking with fantasy, with a few exceptions, which has somehow left me with only 13 paints that I don't have.

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Maybe people can post the names in the Fantasy sets? that way we know what we are doubling up on.

 

 

The names are not the same. Some of the colors may be very, very similar, but they are not called the same things.

 

 

I've got all the sets.  Not named or numbered the same.  And I'd say the colors are not duplicated to my eye at all.  Though some are close I think.

 

 

I was happy thinking they were duplicates. Now I need to get all those  :down:

 

 

The pictures on the website look accurate to me enough to see if they are different enough colors for you.

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... people saying it would be nice if you could tell what was in each SET, as you can't really tell from their site.

 

I can help with this, as it was something I was trying to figure it out for myself a long time ago.

 

Like you guys, I kinda hate that these are not easily viewable on their site pictures, or as a downloadable pamphlet or something, so this is the result of a lot of google searching, and a lot of excel documentation. :)

 

I have not yet looked into their Fantasy line, so I don't have those listed yet (EDIT 9/1/2015 - They are now added to the end of this list). I have a feeling I might actually hold off on those, but, time will tell.

 

My personal test with these will begin this weekend (and I already have 51 of them.) If my tests go as expected, I will probably be buying 3 more sets before the 15% off sale ends this month.

 

By the way, be advised that their first SKU number is actually SC-00, not SC-01, though the order of the "sets" doesn't reflect that.

 

As previously mentioned, white is the "repeated" set color, as it is included in NMM and B&W.

 

NMM

SC-01    White

SC-02    Nacar

SC-03    Graphite

SC-04    Anthartic Gray

SC-05    Artic Blue

SC-06    Bering Blue

SC-07    Caspian Blue

SC-08    Abyssal Blue

 

NMM Gold

SC-09    White Sands

SC-10    Tenere Yellow

SC-11    Sahara Yellow

SC-12    Gobi Brown

SC-13    Dubai Brown

SC-14    Kalahari Orange

SC-15    Adriatic Blue

SC-16    Eclipse Grey

 

Flesh

SC-17     Pale Skin

SC-18     Light Skin

SC-19     Golden Skin

SC-20     Basic Flesh

SC-21     Pink Flesh

SC-22     Arabic Shadow

SC-23     Indian Shadow

SC-24     African Shadow

 

Wood & Leather

SC-25    Birch

SC-26    Sandalwood

SC-27    Iroko

SC-28    Orange Leather

SC-29    Walnut

SC-30    Red Leather

SC-31    Brown Leather

SC-32    Black Leather

 

Blood & Fire

SC-33    Sunset Purple

SC-34    Fuchsia

SC-35    Deep Red

SC-36    Blood Red

SC-37    Antares Red

SC-38    Aldebaran Red

SC-39    Mars Orange

SC-40    Sol Yellow

 

Colors of Nature

SC-41    Black Forest Green

SC-42    Boral Green

SC-43    Irati Green

SC-44    Sherwood Green

SC-45    Andennes Green

SC-46    Field Gray

SC-47    Spring Green

SC-48    Fall Green

 

Sky & Ice

SC-49     Carribbean Blue

SC-50     Sky Blue

SC-51     Medeterranian Blue

SC-52     Telsa Blue

SC-53     Cantabric Blue

SC-54     Navy Blue

SC-55     Deep Blue

SC-56     Violet

 

Black & White

SC-00    Black

SC-01    White

SC-57    Petroleum Gray

SC-58    Graphene Gray

SC-59    Brown Gray

SC-60    Rainy Gray

SC-61    Thar Brown

SC-62    Mojave White

 

Metal & Alchemy - Steel

SC-63    Black Metal

SC-64    Thrash Metal

SC-65    Heavy Metal

SC-66    Speed Metal

SC-67    White Alchemy

SC-68    Cobalt Alchemy

SC-69    Emerald Alchemy

SC-70    Amethyst Alchemy

 

Metal & Alchemy - Gold

SC-71   Necro Gold

SC-72   Viking Gold

SC-73   Dwarven Gold

SC-74   Elven Gold

SC-75   Citrine Alchemy

SC-76   Tourmaline Alchemy

SC-77   Kunzite Alchemy

SC-78   Peridot Alchemy

 

Inktensity

SC-79    Black

SC-80    Wood

SC-81    Chesnut

SC-82    Violet

SC-83    Blue

SC-84    Green

SC-85    Red

SC-86    Yellow

 

Metal & Alchemy - Copper

SC-87   Decayed Metal

SC-88   Old Copper

SC-89   Garnet Alchemy

SC-90   Ruby Alchemy

SC-91   Pure Copper

SC-92   Victorian Brass

SC-93   Amber Alchemy

SC-94   Moonstone Alchemy

 

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FANTASY AND GAMES SETS

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Creatures from Hell

SFG-02    Hastur Purple

SFG-03    Mayhem Red

SFG-04    Baal Crimson

SFG-05    Beherit Red

SFG-06    Tiamat Orange

SFG-07    Ishtar Pink

SFG-08    Marduk Yellow

SFG-09    Lillith Yellow

    

Unnatural Flesh

SFG-10    Misfits Green

SFG-11    Bloodfest Crimson

SFG-12    Braineater Azure

SFG-13    Undead Flesh

SFG-14    Ressurection Flesh

SFG-15    Harvester Flesh

SFG-16    Hellbound Flesh

SFG-17    Moonray Flesh

    

Orcs & Goblins

SFG-18    Riff Green

SFG-19    Orcish Dermis

SFG-20    Merm Green

SFG-21    Greenskin Flesh

SFG-22    Surfer Orc Flesh

SFG-23    Slimer Green

SFG-24    Goblin Flesh

SFG-25    Toxic Waste Green

    

Elven Colors

SFG-26    Huldra Blue

SFG-27    Eldandil Violet

SFG-28    Arphen Jade

SFG-29    Arianrhod Blue

SFG-30    Amarth Blue

SFG-31    Joryldin Turquoise

SFG-32    Lendanis Grey

SFG-33    Hiril Blue

    

Steam and Punk

SFG-34    Arbuckles Brown

SFG-35    Bosh Chestnut

SFG-36    Sharpnel Red

SFG-37    Chink Orange

SFG-38    Cokum Copper

SFG-39    Peanut Butter

SFG-40    Blackert Brown

SFG-41    Hykey Yellow

    

Shades of Doom

SFG-00    Decay Black

SFG-01    Purity White

SFG-42    Necro Grey

SFG-43    Despair Green

SFG-44    Tindalos Red

SFG-45    Rlyeh Grey

SFG-46    Innsmouth Blue

SFG-47    Miskatonic Grey

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