I wasnt sure about the dip. I spent a lot of time painting nice figures but never finished any complete units. I started using the dip and soon had 200 bolt action ww2 28mm figures completed. Then between March and August this year I painted nearly 600 perry ACW perry figures. Two complete armies. Now I actually have completed painted armies that I can play with ,painted to an acceptable standard for war gaming purposes. I used to paint figures and never play a game because nothing was finished now I can !!
C)Possible risk of spending and not liking the product...(Err sounds like life really...) Right thats quashed any doubts I may have had and I've talked myself out of not liking it.Ok, so for ECW Scots, and Parliamentarian Dragoons and troopers (buff coats) am I better off with soft or dark coats?Most figs are painted quite light colours, apart from my Covenanters, so should I be using a lighter shade? I don't want them ending up too dark, or obscuring any of the colours too much.
Point C concerns me too, Warlord team, is there any chance you could speak to army painter about releasing a trial size pot of the three different shades so that people could try them without forking over a nearly £25? (by the time you've got the anti shine stuff) I'd happily pay a couple of quid for a humbrol type tin for a little test! Cheers
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