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If I use Testor's Flat Grey Enamel Primer, will Vallejo acrylic paints stick to it alright? Should I be matching primers from the same manufacturer to their respective paint lines? I've never used primer before, just undercoats so this is kinda new to me and it'd be great not to have to drive over 3 hours in the snow to get a GW primer to go under acrylic.
i just use any type of spray paint brand to undercoat my models, mainly flat black.
the undercoat is a lot nicer than just starting to paint right onto the models as non-undercoated models in my experience chip a lot easier, showing the plastic or pewter beneath, so you should be fine.
I've generally used Krylon (Note: Cheap) primer. I've had pretty good success with it. But be careful, many primers have solvents that can warp your plastic - gives it that eggshell look. Shake well and spray off a bit off of the top!
use acrylic spray for best effect, sparingly, a lightly colored model like white and green eldar beltian or any thing like blood angels u should go white with as it wil make the colors brighter, for darker armies, DE, skels, vampire, or anything you want a strong shadow effect on, texture (armor) use dark... stick to black or white primer as it adds to the models highlihgts and shadow,I never use other colors...
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