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pigment question

February 1 2018 at 5:28 AM
andrew rodwell  (Login rodders61)
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from IP address 80.229.145.151

hi all,
it's been a really long time since i've posted anyhting, please forgive me.
could i ask a question about pigments. I've not done many armour models so am a bit of a pigment novice. i've got a couple of dvd's from night vision and ak which are helpful but i can't seem to get an answer to this question.
As far as i can tell you can permanently fix pigments using either enamel or acrylic thinners like tamiya x20a. Please tell me if i'm wrong. but if i spray on a matt varnish at the end to protect everything would it do anyhing to the pigments ie disolve them or whatever.
can anyone help,
Cheers,
Rodders.

 
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  1. Clear sprays tend to make them disappear - David Nickels on Feb 1, 2018, 11:10 AM
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