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At the moment I'm trying to get a space wolves army together, but being the the father of a 2 year old son and a new born daughter it will take some time indeed. So faster painting methods is needed. This made me think about diping.
However I have no experience with it and therefore I'm hear... Is it a good way to quick paint an army, does it look good, how do you do it, and what do you need? Is there any pitfalls?
Finally I don't want to do this with my space wolves, they deserve better so is there any army that lends it self better to this painting methods then others?
I'm great full fore all help I can get from all you out there with more experience then me!
Have a look at the armypainter website
Aaaah.... there we have it thank you.
One question thou, some say organic models works better then armoured ones is that true? Is it some thing else I should think of when choosing army (from a painting perspective).
Check their galleries they have loads of examples. See if there is one that strikes you I painted a 2k dwarf army in a week using it and everyone at the shop, club etc are amazed by them just remember to spray on a matt varnish.