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  1. I've been unable to find my old paints so I went out and got new ones. I'd had good experience with GW paints in the past and did not see any reviews indicating that there was any reason to change, so I bought a bunch of their newer paints and shades. The thing is, the shades are supposed to be matte and every time I use them, they come out crazy glossy. This was kinda convenient when painting the scales on my Bones Snakeman Warrior, but usually when I put black into the dark recesses of a wizard's robes, I want it to swallow light, not reflect it. This could represent a change in how GW formulated their products, a different reaction to Bonesium than other materials, or some technical nuance I've forgotten/accidentally gotten out of the habit of doing. Any suggestions for how I can get my shading less glossy?
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