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About ograx

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    D&D, firearms and miniatures.

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  1. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    Just a follow up. Testors Dullcote over top of the Army Painter anti-shine worked perfect. Completely got rid of the shine I was not liking and not its a nice flat matte.
  2. ograx

    Bones 4 Townfolk

    Nice job! I'm going to need a tonne of PC's for my upcoming Pathfinder 2E campaign once we switch over from Starfinder and these guys and the rest of the village are next on the painting block after the Pathfinder Iconics.
  3. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    I shook it for 10 minutes to be sure. (Not kidding)
  4. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    I have some bones that have been primed with Army Painter black for going on close to 2 years now and no problems so far. I think I was recommended it though on these forums for the exact reason you are saying but I can't remember. I will try those matte sealers instead then and see how they work! Which ones do you prefer for the most matte out of the bunch? I really want to not have the shininess on the current batch I am paiting as they are woodland colors and such and look not so great shiny.
  5. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    What do you recommend for a brush on matte sealer and will it flatten a shiny miniature just like a spray would? I've had no problems so far spray priming bones miniatures or varnishing them with army painter brand sprays.
  6. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    Even after spraying with Army Painter Matte over top of it?
  7. ograx

    Shiny anti-matte

    Hey guys long time no post! Running into a problem with using Army Painter anti-shine varnish on my brand new bones 4 minis. I am spraying inside in 20 Degrees celsius temperature with a humidity level around 40% or so. I am spraying from about a foot away and not too heavily but everything I spray is coming out shiny after drying. I bought a different can to try it and the results are the same so I know it's not that the can I had was old and settled or anything like that. I've ordered Testors Dullcote to try and see if that gives me a flatter result but am wondering in the meantime what if anything you guys think could be the reason or issue why this is happening. I've compared my models to pictures of other models sprayed using the same spray and they don't seem to have the same shininess as mine end up having. Lastly if the model is shiny now is using another varnish that is flatter going to be able to correct the shininess without hurting the mini in any way? I've tried reading about this but there is just bits and pieces everywhere and everytime I've had an issue over the years you guys had the knowledge I needed. Thanks!
  8. ograx

    Replacement part

    I tried to assemble my reaper bones 3 temple dragon today but he is missing a part which is one of his arms. I have 2 of the same arms but am missing his right hand arm with the smallest attachment part. How do I go about getting this resolved?
  9. ograx

    77279 Narthrax the White

    Thanks alot for posting this. This is the kind of information and walkthough that one can learn from and is very much appreciated. Your project looks incredible but the knowledge and inspiration is very appreciated.
  10. Those things are frickin cool what a great idea.
  11. ograx

    77024: Goblins (6)

    These are next to do on my list as well however not a 6x6 group! Very nice job!
  12. Haha very nice I was kind of wondering on some of these figures where they fit in
  13. ograx

    Beginner paintjob The Others minis

    Very well done! The biggest thing is that you painted between the lines! The other techniques like shading and highlighting will just come with time and practice. I can tell by how well you've kept your crisp lines and how you did the eyes that you will have no problem grasping it quickly.
  14. ograx

    Textured paint

    What is the wall filler used for in the mixture??
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