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stanimal221
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PostSubject: Thinning GW Base Paints For Air Brush Use.    Thinning GW Base Paints For Air Brush Use.  I_icon_minitimeSat Jul 15 2017, 14:33

Hello All,

Recently, I have gotten back into the hobby and I am picking up where I left off with my True Kin. Air-brushing the base coats of screamer pink on to the Venoms will save me a ton of time, but I have a problem.

All of my test runs have ended up with paint being way too watery or too thick and globby looking. I have made sure to put as light a coat on as I can but I feel like my mix is wrong? I am using the generic thinner they have on Amazon and because the Base paint range has so much more pigment I can not help but think I am doing something wrong.

Thoughts, Suggestions, Feedback all welcome!

Thank you,
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning GW Base Paints For Air Brush Use.    Thinning GW Base Paints For Air Brush Use.  I_icon_minitimeSat Jul 15 2017, 22:08

Personally I've always ran into issues and inconsistency trying to thin GW paints for my airbrush. I then tried Vallejo Air paints and never looked back. They have a great line of paints too. Pretty sure you can get them on Amazon. Also a lot of gaming stores carry them
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