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Wargaming / Re: Old School Tactical Vol 2 up on Kickstarter
« Last post by Richie61 on Today at 08:46:52 PM »
SWEET!
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Wargaming / Re: Old School Tactical Vol 2 up on Kickstarter
« Last post by Barthheart on Today at 08:39:18 PM »
 :D

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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by GDS_Starfury on Today at 05:08:43 PM »
you really only need a gloss coat for airplanes with lots of decals.
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by Tuna on Today at 04:28:23 PM »
lol, all this modeling talk always makes me miss it a lot.. I have a pretty good stash of in-opened kits, but I haven't worked on a model since 2006! All my acrylics are all dried up!!!
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by acctingman on Today at 03:15:34 PM »
Next build I'm going to give that a go.

Thanks
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: The next build...
« Last post by DoctorQuest on Today at 03:02:11 PM »
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: The next build...
« Last post by JudgeDredd on Today at 02:58:35 PM »
Why thank you  :notworthy:
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by Tuna on Today at 02:40:55 PM »
I just think the Future really promotes the flow!
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by acctingman on Today at 02:27:49 PM »
I used to paint with Acrylics for the most part. Tamiya or Polly S. I would then protect with Future Floor Polish before oil weathering. I think I did a couple coats. This both protects the paint job and makes the oil wash flow freely. Then after oil wash and powders, I would seal with Matte coat, I think I used Krylon cans. used those for primer too.

Thanks Tuna

Yea, I've read that too. Putting on oils over a gloss coat (aka future) but I've also heard the other side of it. Putting on oils over a matte finish. Watched some of Micheal Rinaldi's videos and it's his practice of NOT using a gloss coat.

It's all about experimenting for sure!
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: For JD
« Last post by Tuna on Today at 01:56:57 PM »
I used to paint with Acrylics for the most part. Tamiya or Polly S. I would then protect with Future Floor Polish before oil weathering. I think I did a couple coats. This both protects the paint job and makes the oil wash flow freely. Then after oil wash and powders, I would seal with Matte coat, I think I used Krylon cans. used those for primer too.
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