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Looking for red primer to prime my skeletons with (and then slap an ink wash on 'em).
Anyone got any recommendations? Blood Angels Primer is too expensive, and a bit too red, I suppose.
why would you prime skeles with red?
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Well, ignore the bloody link then.......... why does it matter WHY?
The point is.. does anyone know of red primer?
First off - I don't thing the GW paint is primer. I think it is just the paint in a spray can. I don't recall if I have seen any Red primer. I think the closest you will probably find is a rust color. I would check an automotive store. Krylon may also make a primer to fit your need.
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The common red oxide primer is probably your best bet.
It's a burgundy/brown color.
It may be a little dark, depending what color you're shooting for.
I grabbed this Krylon Fusion for Plastic spray thing today.. it says it's "No-prep, superbond paint.. no sanding or priming"
Anyone had experience with this?
Originally Posted by red120
If your looking for primer, that just defeated your purpose. Krylon is usually to thick for minis. Stick with model paints. Testors, Gamesworkshop, Vallejo.
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Prime it white, black, or grey, and then use the red spray paint.
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