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    Rub n Buff

    Writing up a web article on this product: Painting Miniatures - The Easy Guide for People With No Time, but thought I'd show you what it looks like:

    Marine completely buffed in Silver Leaf ... they make Pewter too


    Dark Eldar test figure. Primed grey, basecoated shoulder armor and topknot with Mechrite Red then washed with Paynes Grey. Face was basecoated Elf Flesh and then given a quick wash of Orgry Flesh. Gun was buffed with Silver Leaf. Total time about 5 minutes.


    It's just an alternative method for doing metal that happens to be very fast.


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    Very interesting, and it looks pretty good too. How shiny does it actually make the models in comparison to GW metallic paints?

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    This one is pretty shiny. The Pewter color is more of a gun metal. However, you can also control the color/shine by how hard you apply it. If you apply the sponge like a heavy scrub, then it'll be shinier. If you using a really light buffing action, it'll be more like drybrushing.

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