Hey, which army painter spray is closest to GW's mechrite red? My Chinese are pretty much 70% red (and the unarmored ones will be about %90!) so it's probably worth me investing in a spray, thanks guys
edit... No communist pun intended
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I am not the only one then . I found that out myself about the coloured "Primers" and then got critised on another forum for recommending that they should be primed first before using the coloured primers . I would always recommend that way anyway for Resin models and certain plasics patriculalry shiny plastics . .
I agree on coloured primers. I used a light coat of black spray before using chainmail undercoat. Think that get better initial coverage. I would rather do 2 thinner coats than 1 thick coat so as not to obscure detail.
Have to say, I've sprayed metals using the AP snakebite leather type brown coloured spray hand had them knocking around my painting table and they haven't any chips, and some of them have been under crap amongst sand and gravel.