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Recently got back into 40k and im ammassing a dark eldar army. Im slowly ploughing through painting the models, but its starting to kill me inside painting the warriors. Ive only done 7 of my 40 warriors, and I plan on buying another 30 warriors before my armys finished so need a better sollution.
Im looking into getting the Citadel spray gun to do the base coating. So was wondering if anyone has any experience with it and if its any good. Money is an issue to me at the moment so a proper gun with compressor isnt an option for me at the moment
Also, one issue is the video says to use a foundation paint. My DE are based in warlock purple, over a black primer. There is no purple official foundation paint, would I be able to use my normal citadel purple paint, or would this give me some problems?
Thanks in advance for any help!
I've used the spray gun basecoating my guard army and I'm quite happy with it so far although I have been using the foundation paint.
I tried using one of the regular range citadel paints with the spray gun on my brothers eldar tank and had some problems.
I'm not sure if it was the paint that caused the problem or something I did but for foundation paints the gun works great.
you could get one of the spray paint type cans, I got one at Ben Franklin's its just a compressed air can with a paint bottle on the front.
kind of like this, just the paint can can be attached to the nozzle of the can.
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