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I just grabbed some Krylon Grey Primer from my local Michael's arts and crafts. I'm trying a new painting technique that a friend suggested which uses lots of layers of washes (and minimal or no drybrushing) and he said that Grey Primer works the best.
Typically I use Black Primer for my Orks, but I decided to give it a shot. My first minor problem is that with Grey Primer, it's a lot more difficult to tell what areas are actually primed enough, and what areas need more primer. The only way I can really tell is the the un-primed areas are a little shiner and the primed areas are a rougher color.
Anyone use Grey Primer and like or dislike it? What do you feel are the Pros and Cons? Should I go back to black?
With grey priming I have had the same problems with identifying what was primed and not. I have been doing a diluted prewash on the bare minis first and letting that dry. This created a slight contrast that I use as a visual reference to determine what areas are primed with grey and not.
Where the heck did all them guardsmen come from?
Great Wolf! Is that the howl of the 13th?
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