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Spray Paint or Hand Brushed?
Old 03-03-2006, 10:45 AM #1
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Hey guys, just wondering if you use spray paint to undercoat or just do it with a brush. What do you prefer?
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Old 03-03-2006, 11:51 AM #2
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Personally, I brush it all. I don't undercoat either. I am currently using wood and I just go right at it. Now if I were back doing Warhammer models, than I use a flat underspray and then hand paint...
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see, I used to paint warhammer models tool, and undercoat with the spray paint, allowing the paint to go on much easier.
I just dont understand why that cant apply to GIJoe figures as well.

Whats the major difference? because I think spraying on an undercoat on GIJoes would be much faster for me.
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see, I used to paint warhammer models tool, and undercoat with the spray paint, allowing the paint to go on much easier.
I just dont understand why that cant apply to GIJoe figures as well.

Whats the major difference? because I think spraying on an undercoat on GIJoes would be much faster for me.


OH! You're talking about figures! Well, I can't answer that. All I know is that the acryllic paints that Warhammer uses chips easily. I've been told that Testors is the way to go. In any case, I never bothered with undercoat. I just went straight on, even if it took 3-4 coats.
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