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DnD/Pathfinder prepaint re/speed paints

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Nice work upgrading these prepaints with your nice paintjobs.  I especially like that roper. He looks scary and awesome, and seems to be lunging right at some poor terrified adventurer that is about to become lunch.

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The Roper is fantastic! The others are good too but the Roper really stands out.

What he said!

 

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Thanks all! The roper is by far my favorite too :) I'm quite proud of how the teeth turned out.

 

 

Did you prime that at all?

 

Yep. Sprayed them black and then drybrushed with white. Then a basecoat, blacklining and army painter strong tone wash and done! (I did a bit more work on the roper eye and teeth. Also the roper has a black wash instead of the AP strong tone)

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What did you prime them with? I used Krylon previously and that never cured.

 

I've started to use CRC Pro Paint Primer Spray (Matt Black). It has done the job so far. I seems to work on Bones as well. 

 

Here is a photo of all the minis primed and drybrushed.

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