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Abseiling 502 oil's

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by samson, Apr 19, 2017.

  1. samson Well-Known Member

    Has anybody used these . Any feedback would be great . I think i may join the oil game when i get my shit together. And actually get something in primer . LOL http://abteilung502.com/
  2. Ferris A Fixture

    They've been developed for AFV modelling and their colours are rather muddy and muted, because intended to darken, fade, dust and otherwise dirty up verhicles.

    If you're interested to try oils for figure painting I'd suggest to get some more conventional colours, because this allows you to tap in to the wealth of knowledge about mixes that can be found at the forum.

    samson and napoleonpeart like this.
  3. samson Well-Known Member

    Great thanks for the advice . I hope to get some primer on something soon . Damn back keeps getting in my way LOL . I would like to make a post about the oil colors I already have and what colors to get next . I cant paint every day so i think. I want to give the oils a shot . Thanks again rob

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