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Clockhogg

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  1. I may just get a brush on sealer, as they seem to have no issues. I would like the assurance of knowing that the figure is protected, and don't really want to leave it un sealed.
  2. I can't find anything that says this spray is acrylic, so I'm not sure what to do right now.
  3. Ah,ok. I'm using Krylon 1311, which I believe is acrylic. I'll look it up and see, and the Bones stuff too.
  4. Ok, today I got my Reaper Bones, and painted my first miniature ever (Cave Troll)! So after painting it (with P3) I got my Krylon Matte Sealer ready, and looked up how to seal miniatures online. I read that I should use a gloss coat first, then matte. Now, as I only have matte, is it ok just to use matte sealer by its self, or do I really need a gloss coat? I have also read about "frosting." How can I prevent frosting?
  5. Ok, today I got my Reaper Bones, and painted my first miniature ever (Cave Troll)! So after painting it (with P3) I got my Krylon Matte Sealer ready, and looked up how to seal miniatures online. I read that I should use a gloss coat first, then matte. Now, as I only have matte, is it ok just to use matte sealer by its self, or do I really need a gloss coat? I have also read about "frosting." How can I prevent frosting?
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