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I just got through priming up a squad of the new Bloodletters and I am not pleased. Apparently I did something wrong and the prime job came out furry. I had just primed some Chaos Spawn a day or two earlier and they were just as smooth as can be. Not so with my letters though.
My guess is that I was too far away and I got real spotty coverage. I am going to try a few test models tonight before I ruin any more of my new Daemons.
I am not going to let it get me down though. The hell with it I say. I will just have one unit of crappy looking letters.
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There are several topics on stripping figures. However a quick thing you might try is to take an x-acto blade and scrape gently over the raised areas of the primer. This should get most of it off. Just don't put too much pressure or you may gouge the figure.
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I have also had similar issues with my models coming out furry after primed. I think this is due to the fact that it is either too windy in the area you are spraying in, or you are spraying too far away from the models..........or a combination of both.
Because of this, some of the paint is drying before it hits the surface of the model and dry bits end up sticking to the wet paint, creating a rough finish.
Hope this helps.