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Jac "Baneblade" O'Bite
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Does anybody know if these are going to be coming out as individual pots or just in the box set, or were they just a splash release?

I tryed to paint my Chimera yesterday and there isn't really enough pigment in the normal pots for my liking, I'm willing to put on more than one coat but about 50? no thanks.
 

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Jac "Baneblade" O'Bite
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Great news dude, thanks for that, my fears of never painting the thing have been laid to rest.
 

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May I just add to this that they taste really foul?

Cheers, Nymerion
 

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Jac "Baneblade" O'Bite
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I'm sorry but this has to be asked, ah how on earth did you find that out?
 

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Guilty as charged. It does do a better job of keeping the point though :D
 

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Also guilty, as Wraith said keeps a better point and the brush lasts longer.
(GW paints used to taste better Im sure.)


Is anybody who is using these Foundation Paints up for doing a product review? :?:
 

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Yes, I find that putting the brush in your mouth to remove part of the paint is faster than rinsing it in your paint pot. That way, you get better blends when feathering. :D
GW's paints used to taste quite well, but I find that the new P3 and Foundation paints taste foul. :)

Cheers, Wolf Fang
 

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Jac "Baneblade" O'Bite
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I knew about the licking to get a point but I was confused at how you would wash and still have paint left. Wolf has just answered the question though, maybe the paint is screwing with his brains.

On second thoughts, if eating paint is what it takes to paint like Wolf then somebody find me some Snot Green because its time for breakfast :D
 

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Thanks, I'll take that as a compliment. :D
*Hands pot of Warlock Purplr* Gives loads of inspiration. And you can say your tongue is purple because you ate Chupa Chups. Nobody thinks that's strange. (I hope.)

Cheers, Wolf Fang
 

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Wolf Fang said:
Yes, I find that putting the brush in your mouth to remove part of the paint is faster than rinsing it in your paint pot. That way, you get better blends when feathering. :D
GW's paints used to taste quite well, but I find that the new P3 and Foundation paints taste foul. :)

Cheers, Wolf Fang
I clean the brush with my gob, but unfortunately, I'm allergic to artificial colorings, so I end up with a mouthful of ulcers :?
 
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