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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 11-11-11, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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Default new GW hobby products for xmas

for anyone that hasnt seen them already

also note the apology at the bottom of the page, sounds like the slow boat from china was slower than expected

the cases as usual are great, not sure i need two brushes for £30 plus, then i noted the glaze medium pots and booklet..... might have to pick up the heavy metal master class book, those articles were the only reason i was buying WD for a while, but if they have compiled them thats great news!

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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 11-12-11, 12:25 AM
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The 'Eavy Metal masterclass book is something I'll hopefully be picking up at some point, but the brush set? 2 brushes for £31?! The thinner does look intriguing but I couldn't justify spending £31 on it.
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The medium can be purchased from Windsor and Newton for a LOT cheaper. The metal tin is the only thing I would really want to have from that TBH.
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What Djinn24 said. Even if they are Kolinsky sable brushes, this price is waaaaay to steep. And to think that I pick up a bottle of 125ml glazing medium or matt medium from Winsor&Newton for €8.25 a bottle at my local arts and crafts store... Granted, it's a good set if you look at each product individually, untill you see the price tag.

This is just another set of rebranded products with a 200+% price upscale. Nothing to see here, move along. Except maybe the dice, those are always nifty to have.
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$#*@ that price for the brushs....On that note interesting case! And who knows where i can get good brushs that will last a long time instead of gw shit?
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@ Azkaellon I usually just check any arts and crafts store, especially stores that sell stuff for model train enthusiasts. They usually have some really nice detail brushes as well as cheap flock, ballast, basing and terrain needs.
I like the 10 model wide foam trays, it's too bad the only way to get them is buying another large carrying case. Most of the other stuff I can find cheaper just as good quality versions of that don't have the GW logo on them. That logo on your modelling supplies is too spendy.

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I agree that the 'Eavy metal masterclass book looks very intriguing and I'll definitely pick one up! I was convinced about that purchase ever since the first rumours about the release came up some time ago.
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Good Brushes: Windsor and Newton Series 7:
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Masterclass book is definitely on my want list. The paint station+ is something that intrigues me since I really don't have a station to paint at the moment (I JUST got the space in the house for my hobby after a long struggle)
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I really love those dice. I ordered a set today hoping for a green set to match my Skaven.

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