Mourningcloud Posted August 27, 2006 Share Posted August 27, 2006 I keep hearing how different MSPs are to paint with. What is the difference in the properties as far as painting with them. I have read the posts about the difference in their actual makeup (they have flo-improver already in them, and the pigment is ground finer), as well as how they are more opaque then GW crap er; paints. But what is so different about them as far as applying paint to metal. Do they require less flo improver than other paints? I usually go with something close to Jen Haleys mix-around two parts flow improver, one and a half part slow dry, and two to three parts water. Also since there are both a MSP Flo improver and Slo dry, should I use these rather than the Liquitex I currently use? Gary -Still confused by this whole putting of pigments suspended in a liquid medium onto small non-ferrous metal castings of anthropomorphic fantasy caricatures (what on this planet you call painting miniatures). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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