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Hello. I think this is my first time on the painting forum. I've got a problem. I paint my tau mostly Camo Green. But, it seems that the Green turns into goopy crud almost overnight. I think that I may be using it wrong. So, what are the general rules on painting? I currently use my brush to take paint off the lip of the pot, but should I do otherwise? I think maybe the time its open while I paint with it is causing it to dry up. I dunno. Can anyone enlighten me on this? Thanks.
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that seems fine I use the lid on my GW paints and they seem fine you should maybe try to thin your paint and paint two of these thinned layers that how ive been painting a friends of mine space wolf gray ceramic necrons
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I would advise you to use a paint pallete instead of painting from the pot. I would also recommend that you thin your paints a bit from what the paint pot consistancy is.
Leaving you paint pots open for an extended period of time could indeed dry them out.
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