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  1. I know that Bones do not take spray primer without staying sticky but have read that the vallejo brush on primer works well. The question is that if you put the bush on primer first can you add a spray one primer after without the mini staying sticky? I know that the vallejo's can be airbrushed on but because i don't have a dedicated painting area its kind of a pain to drag out the airbrush to try out two tone priming.
  2. So, Our own Wizard most Wild mentioned getting this stuff and finding that it worked for him, so I ordered a bottle of it, as I do a little airbrushing from time to time.... I spent 2 hours or so looking at videos on youtube about how this stuff is used, and decided that the Wolf Demon (77307), that I used for the Hangout Airbrush tutorials last year, would be a good test subject for it, as I was not going to jump straight onto Nathvarr... The first recommendation I followed was to spray the model with Glosscote, to protect the paint underneath. I then, a
  3. Hi all, A little question. I'm experimenting with Vallejo special effects. In this case Chipping Medium. Here is the thing. I painted old rust. Then rust. Then applied Chipping Medium, let it dry. Then Applied Verdigris, Let it dry. Now I tried to "chip" by using a stiff brush like it is recommended. It doesn't work. I have to use something like a toothpick to scratch the surface, but that chips too much and the bare metal shows. So, any of you had experience with this? What am I doing wrong? Do I have to "chip" while the verdigris is still wet? Do
  4. Due to some awful circumstances I lost my entire Reaper set of Bones III Kickstarter figures and my entire set of Reaper paints. This caused me to step away from the hobby for awhile, due not only to not having paints but I felt a little heart-broken over the whole thing. (Mostly my paints, I had spent years building up my set of Reaper paints including some of their awesome limited edition ones they gave away during events.) However, it is time for me to wallow no longer and a trip to a local shop this past weekend has had me purchase some paints to jump start my passion for the hobby again.
  5. This past weekend I got the idea to improve my painting efficiency by having some small tabletop quality pieces on the painting desk that I could switch to and spend a few minutes on while I wasn't working on my main project. I prepped the four dragon hatchlings from a previous KS, and then ended up painting one of them instead of what I had planned to work on. True to concept, it is painted to tabletop without using any techniques such as blending and simply relies on the placement of colors. My assumption was that this mini will be viewed at a 45 degree viewing angle or higher and that was h
  6. I while back, I saw that Vallejo had released a set of paints called "Special Effects" (Link Here). They appear to be an answer to Citadel's Technical paints. I was unable to get them in Canada until they showed up at Miniature Market recently. Does anybody know how they compare to the Citadel line? I've used Vallejo's Verdigris before, but all the others in the set are new to me.
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