Lovecraft0110 wrote: ↑22 Jun 20, 21:43 Oh, it'll work, but like I said, pigments aren't as flexible, so it's best to use them when you want texture, like on tank tracks, exhaust tips, areas that are heavily corroded with dust, accumulated mud, that sort of thing.I use Vallejo's airbrush thinner for the pigments - this stuff - would that work for oils/enamels, or am I looking at something else?
If you already have pigments, get odorless thinner, a couple of enamel washes, a varnish, and some flat brushes, and you can do a LOT. That shouldn't be more than 25 quid I don't think, and it'll last you for ages.
I already own an Army Painter small drybrush, think you use theirs too?
And lastly do you have any recommendations for varnishes? I don't (yet) use an airbrush, and I've seen people saying that some brands tend to yellow over time!
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