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    ethan122
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    Warpaints

    Post by ethan122 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:59 am

    Hey, guys, I got my self some bloodletters and warpaints to go with. i cant seem to get a good base coat with them, im not sure if they are already quite watery but its just not working out :@ any one got some tips or somthing (if looked online and stuff already)

    thx, ethan

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    Re: Warpaints

    Post by Jamie H on Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:42 am

    Mabey try using Citadel or Reaper paints, I personally prefer Citadel paints.

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    Re: Warpaints

    Post by Damkat on Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:49 am

    Hi Ethan

    I got the warpaint mega paint set. I'm really happy with it.

    A few tips.
    The paints are quite watery, saying that i still add a little water to them on my palette..

    make sure you shake the pot very well to mix the pigment together, 2 mins should b good.

    if you don't you may get a lot of the serum instead of the pigment, giving you a crappy base coat,which is what may be happening to you.

    Several coats are needed to achieve good coverage. I personally prefer them to citadel.

    Take model to club and we can better discuss it there.#

    Also you starting a daemon army? Interested in selling dark eldar?

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    Re: Warpaints

    Post by ethan122 on Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:21 am

    thank you very much. however im not selling my dark eldar but i am selling my tau to adam.

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    Re: Warpaints

    Post by Anarkhia on Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:24 am

    When you say "warpaints", do you mean the army painter paints? They are quite watery naturally. Quickest easiest way to do it is to get the army painter spray can of the paint you want to use, and then layer up the other colours


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