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Hard to go wrong with sexy female demons, but this one was a devil in more than one sense of the word from start to finish. Despite being cast in metal she is pretty fragile. The trident broke off and for years she sat in my box of unpainted figs, until one day I found the little pointy bit. Her tail, likewise, kept bending and i was sure I'd lose that too.
Did her skin with the Bright Skin triad, because that's been waiting patiently for years as well. Her face is a mess, but overall she came out ok.
Having recently joined the airbrush crowd, I'm discovering how much i love blasting paint through it. Saving so so so so much time on my zenithal priming groups of minis.
Now that I've got the priming and ink through it, I'm curious about another medium going through - varnish.
I own satin and gloss varnish from liquitex. I've used them as brush on, which isn't my favorite. I want to know:
1. Has anyone used this in an airbrush?
2. If yes, how did you thin it? Did you use airbrush thinner or something else?
3. Does it require different means to clean after using?
I'm super paranoid about clogging or ruining this new tool of mine. I found out Stynylrez primer wasn't just pour in and go. Made for a fun clean up with my first go at priming.
There's a ton of stuff I'm seeing on testors dullcote from the bottle and mixing it with their thinner, but I'm hoping to use what i have if it's possible.
I'm not asking what you use as much as I'm seeking specifically "has anyone used liquitex varnish in their airbrush? "
And... any pictures of your results?
This is a vintage mini, Grenadier Dragonman Sorcerer, I got it from a BOGW a few years ago.
I will use him as a Demon Officer in my Children of the Grave army, because I think he looks a bit like a classic Demon.
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