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I just finished assembling a Wood Elf batallion and Started to prime. After priming I looked at the models and saw they were dusty, and after looking at the forum I think I sprayed from too far away. Unfortunatly I am in a slum no because of my armies condition and I still need to add another coat because I ran out of primer. To get to the question I was just wondering if there was anything I could do about this, or if I just have to accept it and go ahead and paint it. I guess I will learn in time.
If it is creating a raised bumpy texture one thing you could do is take an X-Acto knife and gently scrape the raised areas off. When you go through another pass with the primer next time it should cover it just fine.
It might be time consuming but should work. Just remember to be gentle with it. You don't want to start gouging your figures!
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Thanks a lot for the help