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If I paint a guy, and then realize I don't like it at all and want to change my paint scheme, is it safe to like... dip them in a bowl of paint thinner?
See one of the striiping paint threads, green spring or something like that is good for plastics, and brake oil is good for metal guys.
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Is it safe to dip Eldars? Also, do I prime Eldars white or black? I kinda of wanted a greyish-black burgundy paint scheme for my eldar army.
for the paint scheme you want, i say prime them black.
theres no real difference from dipping eldars then any other model, its the fact of them being plastic or not, and if your dipping them into paint thinner and they are plastic, keep a watch on then cause they can melt, metal minis can too but they take longer
like what Baharroth said, use that green spring (dont know the name of it either) to remove paint but if you dont have that then brake fluid is the next best thing
there are alot of articles about stripping paint, use the search button
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