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    well, the question is basically the title, do mini's need primer? i think no, but im not sure..i dnt watn to waste primer if they dont...


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    Yes. Definitely.

    Primer is essential for good painting results, regardless if it is made of plastic, resin or metal.

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    Yes, the primer will adhear to the plastic...making your finished paint work stay there...WAAAGH! does a body good.
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    be careful tho with some types of primer... Krylon tends to give LARGE plastic areas a bumpy look. But usually it goes away when you paint it.
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    They didnt have any citadel primer when I bought my models. I used a watered down Chaos Black spread with a cheap Estes modelling brush (&#036;0.99). It has stiffer bristles than a normal paint brush and got it over in the model car department in walmart. I think it turned out pretty well. You just have to be careful no to get too much paint because it will cover the details.

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    I find that it can work either way. But if you do not use primer, you have to use several coats of varnish. And don&#39;t be angry if it doesna work for you, cause it does for me.


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    I find a primer much easier cause it makes it easier to paint and I can get it done faster.

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    For all you who care, primer works by adhereing to the plastic/resin/metal and providing a base for the paint to stick to. So yes, it is very important.
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