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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-12-13, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Hello, I want to quickly paint my Fortress of Redemption, Imperial Bastions, and Aegis Defense Lines. I'm looking for a spray paint primer thats dark grey. Kinda like the color below:

http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/ca...d=prod1500176a

Or something close, but I want it to be a good primer cause I'll be painting the details. The closest I came up with is Uniform Grey Primer from Army Painter. They also have a Wolf Grey but its more of a blue-grey for Space Wolves. Anyone have any suggestions? Or is Uniform Grey the best I'll find. Thank you in advance.

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Have you tried using a finish metallic or stone texture spray? Rustoleom makes some pretty decent sprays that I think turn out a pretty good finished texture. There are different stones, metals, beaten copper, steel, all sorts. Saves some time on those Big Fortification jobs.

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I've used the Army Painter Uniform Grey. Great value, goes on well, never had a problem with any of their sprays. Give it a wash, then dry brush codex grey, which it is a perfect match for. Quick and simple, but then again you might want to put in a bit more effort on the fortress.
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YOu could also try Humbrol Acrylic Spray, tank grey might work.
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