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 11 Jul 20, 07:33
Hi guys,

I think you'll want to check this out! I have tried to incorporate your feedback too!

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 11 Jul 20, 23:51
I saw a video of the mighty Mig himself using them and was quite impressed! I'll check the video tomorrow 😊
Do you think these would work well over Metallics.. thinking about the new necrons πŸ€”
Also.. do these work kinda similar to the gw glazes that have been discontinued?

Also I watched your vid on the oilbrushers! It was great. I was going to comment but watching it on my tv means I couldn't add one for some reason. But ammo sent me a free one with my order. So I've got the dust one.. excited to try it out
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 12 Jul 20, 00:38
These actually look pretty cool!
Would they work as a brush-on? Obviously if tried I imagine they wouldn't blend so easily as with an airbrush.
I think you hit the nail on the head with "no nonsense, practical reviews" - like the stripping video you showed that it works with no unecessary filler, and as a bonus showed us the varieties and cost. Perfectly succinct. πŸ‘Œ

(I'm also rather impressed you managed to hit the edges of the blue but not touch the white!)
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 12 Jul 20, 18:47
James wrote: ↑11 Jul 20, 23:51 I saw a video of the mighty Mig himself using them and was quite impressed! I'll check the video tomorrow 😊
Do you think these would work well over Metallics.. thinking about the new necrons πŸ€”
Also.. do these work kinda similar to the gw glazes that have been discontinued?

Also I watched your vid on the oilbrushers! It was great. I was going to comment but watching it on my tv means I couldn't add one for some reason. But ammo sent me a free one with my order. So I've got the dust one.. excited to try it out
Heheh, the mighty MIG himself...:smile:

I never tried the GW glazes, actually. Thanks for the feedback, man, did you see the where to buy section I did on the Shaders as a result of your feedback and James'? :smiley:
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 12 Jul 20, 18:49
pawl wrote: ↑12 Jul 20, 00:38 These actually look pretty cool!
Would they work as a brush-on? Obviously if tried I imagine they wouldn't blend so easily as with an airbrush.
I think you hit the nail on the head with "no nonsense, practical reviews" - like the stripping video you showed that it works with no unecessary filler, and as a bonus showed us the varieties and cost. Perfectly succinct. πŸ‘Œ

(I'm also rather impressed you managed to hit the edges of the blue but not touch the white!)
Heheh, thanks very much!

As a brush on, I'm a bit skeptical, but I haven't tried. Maybe as a glaze?
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 12 Jul 20, 21:57
Just wondered if you happened to know is all =]
At some point in the future (read: when I've been back at work for a while and I'm not poor!) I'll be picking up an airbrush, and everything else I can get my hands on, but I always like the idea of new toys now!
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 13 Jul 20, 01:52
The mighty Mig actually used the shaders with a brush I think and got a really nice result. So I think both would work well πŸ˜‚ it looked like he was doing a paint class somewhere. I was looking for scratches effect vids for ammo products I can see if I can find it again if you want to see?

Hehe definitely saw the buying section and also the mention of not requiring masks with this one!! πŸ‘πŸ‘
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 13 Jul 20, 15:29
If you stumble across it I wouldn't complain. =]
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 13 Jul 20, 20:18

My bad. It's the filters not the shades!
@Lovecraft0110 do you know the main differences between filters and shaders?
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 13 Jul 20, 20:38
Heheh, I've seen this video like a dozen times. His English is hilarious :joy:

If you mean the difference between filters and the new Ammo Shaders, yes, but it's hard to explain. A filter is a very soft enamel which is designed not to pool, and is used like a filter in photography (hence the name). It's largely transparent and is normally applied with a flat brush in big strokes, but without pooling. I used this in all my Dunkelgrau (German Grey) tanks, with a blue filter - worked great. The Shaders can be used to achieve the same effect, but they cannot be removed and there is some risk of creating streaks, which wouldn't happen with the enamel filters.

Does that make sense?
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