I’d have to go with two busts of vintage F1 drivers Or Tour de France riders
As I will be using oil paints in the future I cant offer any tips based on experience I can just offer what helped me to be convinced to try oil...
Maybe it was a mis type can’t think of another reason for it
Yep I’d be curious to know that myself all i used to do and what i plan to do returning to the hobby
Just a thought maybe scruff the joining pieces up a bit give them a little bite for the glue to work
I really like using enamel paints on auto and armor stuff the only acrylic paint i like for brush painting figures is vallejo
. Hello sorry for the long time getting back to you . I also recently received a H and S ultra that came in a vallejo model air suitcase paint set...
Just my opinion. Whatever brand of paint you use use the same brand for thinners, flow improver ( especially important when using vallejo paint lines...
Nice thanks for the info
Thanks again that should be the last question until I get some paint on something LOL
Kinda like the two in the last pic where did you get those from ?
Ok great thanks for the info I think when I get going I’m going to enjoy the longer drying and working time
So instead of wanting to know how to speed The drying time of oils how long do they stay wet and workable ? for instance i put the oil on my pallet...
Yep think I am going to try them neat I think that is the term LOL right out of the tube and onto a plt
Great stuff thanks for the info and the links very handy
Thanks for the thoughts
Ok I didn’t understand it either thanks for the info
I bought this at a game store yesterday it’s a games workshop ( citadel ) paint holder they come in a small size as pictured $ 8 US dollars a large...
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