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  1. A gallery of what Famous Pro Painters will actually game with would probably go far to dispel some of the insecurities of the Average Player. ::P:



    A new contest, everyone does a unit for a game (choosen before the competition) and everyone has say 5-10 hours to prep paint and base the entire unit (minimum 7 figures)for actual game play.. Would be interesting to see.

  2. What I find funny is a lot of these folks want to be called artist but still consider some techniques "better" than others on all ocassions. A true artist knows that the only thing that matters about an art work is the power of the resulting piece and not the techniques used or the time it took to produce. Miniature "Artist" need to understand this if they want to be taken seriously.
    I will second that, it's not about the technique used, it's the final result. I have seen lots of painting snobbery about some techniques because they are not "artistic" enough I guess (not on this board, other places), but created excellent table top or higher results. I still want to see a cubist paint a mini :poke:
  3. In between paints, you can run water to rinse it clean for the next color(but do not let it sit to long with out shooting more color). After you are done for the day 99.9% of airbrushes require a complete tear down cleaning. Just make sure to have a strainer on the drain in your sink (I lost three parts in one week down the drain).

  4. It is one of the last metals, it is pricey because it is huge and all metal. Also Rackham prices their figures on a scale for the usefulness of the piece., IE: if a piece is a general or very useful, they price it higher. Unfortunately they are now going to all PPP and getting away from their beautiful metal minis.


    Edit:I will also be buying him as he is the only Mino from them that I do not have.

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