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So I found a bouncha bottles with paint. One of them was Enamel made by Humbrol. It says on the back that it's flammable, need atleast 6 hours to dry, and has to be shaken 30 seconds before use.
It looks like transparent liquid with a tint of brownish colour.
What are the uses for this thingy? ;/
It's probably a really old enamel colour where all the pigments have fallen to the bottom. There are advantages to enamels but darned if I know what they are :)
Enamels are not water soluable so you can't use water to clean your brushes, you have to use thinner or some other solvent...
It says on the back that it's flammableWell you could throw it on somebody and light a match....What are the uses for this thingy?
I love fire :wub:
I don't think all the pigments have fallen to the bottom. Sure, they're like 6 years old from back in the day when I was doing tin-men, but there's nothing on the bottom.
I painted it on a mini, and it became a bit.. shiny. Could it be like the 'ard coat that GW sells?
That fire-thing will be kept in mind. If someone bitches too much about a rule, I'll engulf them in enamely flames!
So you think it's just like 'ard coat in a bottle? 'Cause that's a thing I could have use for.