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02 Jul 2016 13:01 - 02 Jul 2016 13:02 #229649 by Josh Look
I also use Painter's Touch, have since Citadel went from $10 to $15 (and now it's up to $20). I think it's about $3 or so at Home Depot? I've never looked back, stuff works fine. I clear coat everything once I'm done anyways.

I'm heading out to get some this afternoon, I hear their Flat Blue is a dead ringer for Ultramarines.
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03 Jul 2016 18:00 #229676 by LazarusTNT
Yessir, it is indeed. I have like 15 colors of the shit and I maybe spent 45$ on all of it. And, honestly, I think it adheres better and has a smoother finish.

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04 Jul 2016 14:19 #229686 by Michael Barnes
HOW DO YOU EVEN...THAT PAINT IS NOT MADE FOR HOBBY MINIATURES!

I tried to prime a Chaos Defiler with Painters Touch and now it looks like an Adirondack chair. You have to realize that Citadel, Army Painter, etc. formulate this stuff in conjunction with chemical engineers to make it work differently than all other spray paints. It is just like the $30 Citadel side cutters...you may think the $8 craft store ones are the same but you would be dead wrong. Secret alloys and a specific proprietary angle make them better suited to cut through sprue.

Next thing you guys will be telling me that I can use any 6 sided die to play 40k. Ha!
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04 Jul 2016 14:22 #229687 by LazarusTNT
The magic is not holding the nozzle 1" from the model's body.

The only model that works on is a fashion model

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08 Jul 2016 09:49 #229835 by Columbob

Michael Barnes wrote: Next thing you guys will be telling me that I can use any 6 sided die to play 40k. Ha!


Believe it or not, but those small GW dice are carefully engineered to offer the precise rolling distance needed for hobbyists to enjoy an exciting and satisfying roll of the dice.
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08 Jul 2016 10:58 #229840 by LazarusTNT
The amazing thing about the dice is that they secrete a small amount of very potent neurostimulation compound which causes the roller to exhibit a few mild but noticable symptoms:
1. Compulsive Disorder: Immediate and urgent need to buy more GW product
2. Smug composure until dice roll poorly, at which point the smugness changes to infantile whining in equal meausure
3. The uncontrollable need to yell JUDGE, IS THAT LEGAL?

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