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Gloss can make the photography diffiuclt, but there are a lot of people who like it for the look on the tabletop.  I usually use a medium finish, not so flat as Testor’s Dullcote, but not so glossy as the straight gloss version...

 

Looks like a fun Victorian game in the offing.

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23 hours ago, Rob Dean said:

Looks like a fun Victorian game in the offing.

 

I have been using these figures in enworld's Zeitgeist.

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That rings no bells, but I’ll have a look. I should have mentioned yesterday, by the way, that lots of people spray additional coats (say Testors Dullcote in particular) over gloss varnish, so if you want them less glossy you still have options. 

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Yeah, you could still Dullcote them or use a brush-on matte sealer (IIRC Reaper sells one) if you don't like the shine and are worried about a spray-on gumming up your static grass.  They look good despite the glare though, great job!

 

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16 hours ago, Kang said:

Yeah, you could still Dullcote them or use a brush-on matte sealer (IIRC Reaper sells one) if you don't like the shine and are worried about a spray-on gumming up your static grass.  They look good despite the glare though, great job!

 

Kang

 

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