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Just flicking through the new WD, and I come acorss this thing
at £18 it's not going to be as good as a decent air brush, but will be a great advantage to people who want to experiment with air brushing.
The whole thing doesn't look fantastic, but the design in a nice tip of the hat to hobbyists
True, it's good to see GW putting out some more advanced tools (even low-end stuff like this), if only to expose the segment of the population that don't know of modelling outside the context of GW stores and supplies to some of the wider world of modelling.
I can't help but notice that it's the same price as a Badger 350 series airbrush, and about $10 more than the 250 series. Both pretty ugly airbrushes, but both at least equivalent to the GW brush.
Does it come with GW Air? I'm guessing that's about $5.
So... if I gave some daemons a matte paint-job, would they be "Matte Daemons?"
Necron Tactica: Flying Circus
Spoken like someone who hasn't seen canned air for sale before - a can tends to run about $15, and it doesn't last terribly long.
No, seriously - air in a can. $15. No joke.
You see the reason why any serious airbrush user has little hesitation about dropping $100 - $300 for a compressor, eh?
Yeah, but it's GW air so it'll be like 30$.
yep, for AUD $15 you can buy buy a can of GW hot air! yay.
I'm more interested in the wash set above it on the page (WD Aus). it says contact GW closer to the relase date for price (ie that haven't set it yet), what price are they showing as in UK / US for a guide?
FluffMaster on a mission to turn people to the Sisters of battle, yes folks it's all about SoB squads in Repressors with lots of flamer templates for the win.