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2 hours ago, mvincent said:

What problem?

(I spray-primer'd 1k+ so far without noticing an issue, but then I'm also not very fastidious, and I used dip afterwards)

 

 

 The ingredients in many spray  primers reacts to the Bones material causing the primer to remain tacky and never completely dry.    THere are some spray primers, like Army Painter spray primer, that are safe to use; but for all this terrain, I would have preferenced to use something cheaper which are often the ones that have problems. 

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i painted up some of mine. Craft paint base coat and reaper paints on top, sealed afterwards

Yeah.   and I never go overboard and forget 'it's just terrain'.  

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2 hours ago, Mckenna35 said:

 

What primer are you using?

Luckily, I only use Army Painter now, after a 'tacky' experience with the some (non-Bones) minis.

 

2 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

By dip I'm guessing the Army Painter tins, where you dunk/submerge the entire mini and then shake off the excess. 

Yup. Actually I use Minwax Polyshades (Tudor Satin) instead of Army Painter QuickShade (due to it being much cheaper), but same difference.

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Too bad AP doesn't make a gold spray color!

 

AP Leather Brown is great for wood. Prime, wash with Army Painter Quickshade Ink. Instamagically see the details.

 

At 300-some pieces in the set (plus Secret Weapon Miniatures' Tablescapes and Forge Prints' AdventureScapes), I'm going to *need* a little help... ::o:

 

 

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Got my shipping notice...but they are sent it to the old address despite the fact I updated my address months ago. I was able to reroute it to a UPS store near me, but it added two days to the shipping.

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5 hours ago, Mckenna35 said:

This is my oldest outstanding KS at this point.  Looking forward to getting them in my hands someday.

Wow. I wish. I have Kickstarters that are older than my soon-to-be kindergartner son.

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Hmmm. My oldest outstanding was funded September 13, 2012. Got a message about that one a year or so ago, but I think it's dead.

 

On the other hand, I still have an active kickstarter that was funded October 28th 2012. They had to go back to the trough for a second run and I expect the market has passed them by, but they're still going.

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29 minutes ago, terminalmancer said:

Hmmm. My oldest outstanding was funded September 13, 2012. Got a message about that one a year or so ago, but I think it's dead.

 

On the other hand, I still have an active kickstarter that was funded October 28th 2012. They had to go back to the trough for a second run and I expect the market has passed them by, but they're still going.

I have two from May 2013. You have me beat.

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1 minute ago, Talae said:

I have two from May 2013. You have me beat.

 

May 2013? Not by that much. That is also a really long time ago.

 

Terrain Crate has been funded since May 14th, 2017... huh, that's even newer than Deep Madness. (I might be getting those two at about the same time! Ugh that might actually be a storage disaster.)

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