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I thought i'd share my technique for mixing/fading, a beer bottle cap makes an ideal mixing pot and the perferated edges take just the right amount of paint away from the brush for a consistant paint/brush ratio....the brands with the plastic lam inside the cap work well (i'm a coors light guy)...cheers!!!
Great tip! Must start collecting beer bottle caps & give it a try (***shuffles off to the fridge to have a beer for breakfast!***)
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a beer bottle cap hehe sounds kool but i wonder how much paint can you fit in a cap i think it would be too small if you needed alot
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I think that without some sort of drying retardant it'd become unworkable too quickly.
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I'm by no means a golden demon painter but i have won several local "best painted army" awards at rouge trader tournies... like i said give it a try, then tell me it won't work....
I'm going to try this out Raytard. It sounds like a pretty good idea. Of course, I can't abide a coors light drinker; me? I prefer GUINNESS.
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Yeah, well I'll be trying this with a twisted V cap because I'm a monkey.