Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by tom ndege, Aug 16, 2015.
Just as planned!!
Also an airbrush seems like a useful tool... seeing how some people here drop pictures of finished minis like @NIGHTBRINGER is dropping memes...
Indeed. I also see one in my own foreseeable future...
It's amazing to see just how industrious and diligent some of our painters are!
That dude still gets more painting done than I do!
That is because you have not been blessed, let Papa Nurgle into your heart and see his real beauty.
= Cardiovascular disease?
Patterns are easy with an Airbrush for instance what you could do is paint a pattern on the Bassi shell in dark brown then spray the full shell in red lacquer and you would end up with the pattern showing through, the technique was used to do this.
Is there a specific red lacquer product that you use?
That was done using the Forgeworld Angron red but you could use Tamiya x 27 clear red
What book is this?
Imperial Armour Model Masterclass Vol 1 or 2.
I have both pretty sure it's 2
Interesting, may have to investigate...
Some really good stuff in them all geared to 40k and vehicles.
...I have an airbrush I picked up, It's quite used...
and haven't really tried it with paint yet for fear of getting it clogged with my crappy paint. :/
Just keep it thin and your psi at around 20
Try and get the same medium for your paint too... Vallejo medium for vallejo paints, same with cleaner. Seem to get the best results that way but technically any medium should do to thin it with. Don't thin with water, you'll live to regret it.
Also if you clog it up, it's not a massive job to clean it... Just takes balls to ram a needle down it backwards!
If all else fails windolene medium.
Interesting! The question is now if to do the rigging course as planned or get an airbrush...