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I just painted a really nice mini that I'd love to use on the tabletop, but I'm afraid the paint will chip ( it has some already after my friend dropped it :realmad: ). Is there some kind of matte varnish available that will protect the paint? I know about Citadel's gloss varnish, but I don't want my guy to get all shiny . Please, only post about products that you've used yourself, so that I won't ruin my models.
You can coat it first with the gloss varnish (this will give it a tougher coat) and then spray it with a flat varnish to get rid of the shine. If you are in the states I recommend you use Testor's Dullcote. It works great.Originally Posted by pencilgod
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I use citadel's matte varnish on all my stuff. On displays tuff, or my characters I spay a Windsor & Newton matt and then after a day or two of drying, I spray it with citadel matte. Just don't overdo it, otherwise all your hard work will go down the crapper. light coates.. wax on... wax off, daniel san.
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