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How to thin acrylics?

July 6 2015 at 4:43 PM
Patrick Vinas  (Login Vaindioux)
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Hi

I have an old stock of model master acrylic paints. When I went to use one today it was very thick, mud consistency. I tried to stir it heavily, shake the bottle very hard, but nothing helps. I want to airbrush this paint.
What is the best way to do that?

Thanks

Patrick

 
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Andrew Tomlinson
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I think it's a case of...

July 6 2015, 5:22 PM 

'' It's dead, Jim...''

Or add distilled water, put in a jigsaw, shake for 5 mins and pray...

Cheers
Andrew

 
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Matthew Stirling
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Some things are meant to be.

July 6 2015, 9:55 PM 


 
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