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15 minutes ago, Gadgetman! said:

Maybe they do, I wouldn't know... 

And too busy admiring my shiny new airbrush to bother googling it... 

::D:  congrats on your shiny new airbrush!  I do like that model. though right now my Sotar is my go to airbrush, the 105 looks like its very much the equivalent.  they are so much fun to work with.

 

<*Looks at Imperial Vulture.... your next!*>

<*vulture looks back... where you going to find the time?*>

 

Sigh...

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My Secret Weapon bag o crap arrived and was full of all the goodies I could hope for. Some of these are suuuper creepy and there wasn’t as many pure sci-fi bases as I was worried about. 

 

(The sci-fi bases are also super cool, it’s just not my genre) 

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 I now possess two of the four Ral Partha 20-00X 54mm Earthdawn miniatures...

 

20-001 Me'gana, which I acquired decades ago simply because it looked cool and was really big...

 

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And now today I bought 20-004 T'skrang, which I pulled out of the big collection I curated for the Citadel awhile back.

 

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I'm tempted to see if I can't find the other two, just for completeness.

 

 

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Green Stuff World order has arrived:

 

Color Shift Metal 1 &2

Spider Serum (who doesn't want cobwebs in a dungeon?) :devil:

Scenery Moss. Time to figure out how to enhance the terrain.

 

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17 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

::D:  congrats on your shiny new airbrush!  I do like that model. though right now my Sotar is my go to airbrush, the 105 looks like its very much the equivalent.  they are so much fun to work with.

 

<*Looks at Imperial Vulture.... your next!*>

<*vulture looks back... where you going to find the time?*>

 

Sigh...

 

To a degree, they are equivalent, but at the same time they're not. The Sotar is widely regarded as being a detail brush, and it comes with a much smaller needle by default. You can buy larger needle setups for it, but there's not much reason to because if you're buying a Sotar the chances are you've already got a Patriot or equivalent to begin with. And that's because the Patriot is marketed as a general purpose brush and sold with a general purpose needle. You can buy bigger and smaller needles, if you're doing bigger or smaller things, but even it's finest needle isn't as fine as the needle most Sotars are sold with. Being that the Patriot comes with a bigger needle it's also more forgiving about clogging and stuff, so it's a great beginner brush. A Sotar is probably going to frustrate a beginner who isn't familiar with clogging or tip dry and how to mitigate/handle those issues.

 

That said, I own 2 Patriots, a Patriot Xtreme, and a Krome now. And I still haven't done anything with 3 of them. I've barely even taken them out of their cases, because I'm too unmotivated to do anything at all lately.

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