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  1. Hi everyone! Wanted to give you all an update. I had to wait a while to reseal the minis, as the weather has not been ideal here. I wiped them off gently with a soft brush dipped in some lightly soapy water, then rinsed them and let them dry for 24 hours. I tried this out on the first one I ever painted, figuring if I screwed it up with the soap it wouldn't be a big deal to repaint him. Everything seems to have gone great! I sealed them with testor's glosscote, waited 24 hours, then hit them with the dullcote. Thanks again for everyone's help! Here's a picture of the first gloomhaven mini I painted, the Inox Brute!
  2. That's great to hear! Makes me feel better about (hopefully) not ruining them. We're loving Gloomhaven, and I'm really enjoying how the painted minis bring things to life. We also just got into our second set of characters!
  3. Thank you all for the welcomes and suggestions! Yes, Mad Jack, the paint has held up, no chipping that I can see. No basing materials, I just painted over what they came on. I will try your suggestion and report back. Thank you!
  4. Hello! I started painting my gloomhaven miniatures a little more than a year ago. I did a bunch of research, bought a starter kit from reaper, washed, primed, and sealed them. I wasn't sure if I was going to stick with it, so I didn't invest a ton into the hobby. I was pretty conservative with the sealant (testors dullcote), and only did one layer. The hobby had stuck and I would like to go back and reseal the ones I did at the very beginning, for extra protection. They have been played with, so I'm not sure how to go about it. Should I wash them again? Would that ruin the paint? How many layers do people suggest? I've read about using a layer of gloss then the matte Any suggestions or help would be very appreciated. Thank you!
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