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Washes

July 31 2015 at 3:50 AM
Matthew Stirling  (Login TrackServices)
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I've tried reduced enamel, lacquer and acrylic. As well, I have used Vallejo and water colors. Createx is by far my favorite. I use mainly acrylic/acryl paints and don't like having to add an enamel or lacquer clear coat, before applying an acrylic wash. Enamels and lacquers to to bead away. With Createx, I simply apply a gloss coat. Then, spray the wash through my ab and remove with a thinner dampened cotton swab.

 
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