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There are some things that don't really fit a project and aren't important enough for a thread on their own.

I'll put those here.

 

Like this campfire.

3D printed from the Artisan Guild welcome Pack

 

 

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34 minutes ago, ced1106 said:

How do you like Scale 75 vs. other paints?

 

Were these all from a set or for a diorama? 

 

Keep boozin! Er.. painting! :lol:

 

My paint collection is roughly 30% Scale 75, 30% Reaper, 30% Vallejo and the remaining 10% is made up of some Citadel/P3 and Andrea bottles.

I love the Metals and Inks from Scale 75. IMHO about the best around and I like the way their paint usually dries a bit opaque. also, the only yellows that don't need umpteenth layers to cover.

 

EDIT: The stuff is from Artisan Guild's Patreon Welcome Pack, I printed it in my Elegoo Mars Resin Printer

 

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