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I also use Games Workshop / Citadel 'Purity Seal'...

May 29 2016 at 10:39 PM
Andrew Tomlinson  (Login AndrewTomlinson2)
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Response to THANKS all ! Now that is helpful !

in a rattle can as a smooth, fine acrylic protective layer. Although not cheap at £10 a can in UK (just bought from Questing Knight model shop in Wellington, Shrops.) It gives a fine coat and helps when handling models to prevent paint wearing off and as a smooth satin coat, useful before washes.

Unsure whether this is still enough 'gloss' before a transfer goes on, as it's really a satin / semi matt varnish, so I've been putting Klear onto it, then a transfer, then tried to work out the sols and sets process. So it sounds like I have to let them all dry a fair while before the individual coats go on, from your comments. Hence the hairdryer process...


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