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Winter white wash - mig washable

September 12 2017 at 6:51 AM
Chris Juskey  (Login CJJ72)
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Response to really nice

Mig's washable white acrylic was used for this.

Overall I am very pleased with this product.

As one can see, it performs well even in smaller scales. The only caveat with this product is that the painter must act quickly after airbrushing to achieve the 'faded' effect with a wet brush. After a given time based on temperature/humidity, say, half an hour, it sets up like any other acrylic paint.

 
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  1. thanks - paul bishop on Sep 13, 2017, 2:09 AM
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