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YouTube - Spray Gun Demonstration - Youtube Spray Gun Demo
I saw this last weekend at GW, and that was the first time I'd been to GW in YEARS. It looks so awesome. The demo video shows how FAST you can paint stuff with it. But the typical problem with this is that it's expensive (the spray gun alone is $55 AUD). But thanks to my new job I can afford it. I was just wondering if anyone has used it, or if they know anyone who has, if it really is any good, etc.
yes i have the spray gun and i must say it is a life saver as i am in the midle of painting my boodangels army .
foundation paint MUST be watered down
normal gw pain DO NOT need to be watered down to the marks on the jar.
for the normal paint mix eres what works for me .
pot of paint / 2 drops of water from a pipet or what ever you have.
hope this help guys.
I'm interested in this as well, thanks for the feedback so far.
I just made a post about this in my DA WIP thread yesterday. In short, I give the spray gun a big . Since I live in a fairly dry climate, I can't quite get away with not watering down my non-foundation paints, but even so I found this thing to be a massive time-saver.
Rather than re-typing everything I typed yesterday:
EDIT: Has anyone used this (or any other spray gun) with metallic paints yet? I'm wondering if there's a lot of difference in how well it works.
Oh baby. I'm buying it today! Plus I gotta get bases for my DE warriors, then some Castrol Super Clean. I gotta strip the paint off 2500pts of DE I gotta FIND 2000pts worth of em first >_< but the spray gun will have it all painted in nooooooooo time! Oooh and propellant...I gotta write this all down on paper.
Another question to add about the propellant. I lost mine in a move years ago (have a nice airbrush (a revel master plus it's all shiny and stuff). The adaptor seems to be universal thankfully but my question is how much air do you get?
Has anybody sprayed enough figures to use up a whole can of prop yet?
Thanks for any help
i got a thin layer on about 60 gaunts using a whole can.
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So I bought a compressor within a few months, and I've gone the last decade with no further expenses aside from paint.
If you're going to be using it heavily, or trying for more intricate shading effects, or even just using it for a long time, I'd recommend a basic compressor if you can afford it.