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Agree but disagree-sorta...

December 5 2007 at 10:29 AM
bobCollignon  (Login sherman56)
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Response to Thank you Mr. Nickels

Other than the buffable metallics and some of the specialty colours tinted transparents and such, I have just never liked Gunze-gotta just be me though.
I do absolutely agree with Dave about PollyScale-brushes well and sprays well. Old PollyS paint is possibly the worlds WORST spraying paint though
I love spraying Tamiya. I used to hate it for brush painting because it seemed to harden and dry in the time it took from the bottle to the model. Then a guy oin my club recommended thinning (I do it in the bottle) the paint about 60-40 ish to get it whole milk like. If it's a new full bottle I just separate the paint into two bottles. Once I started thinning in the bottle the paint brushes great and seems to last a whole lot longer too

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  1. Making Tamiya more brushable - david nickels on Dec 5, 2007, 4:49 PM

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