I was going through my paints to see if I had anything on hand to use for my speeder shed (not that it’s done by any means, just had a few minutes). I settled on Vallejo Model Air 71.105 Brown, it looked pretty good brushing it on a test piece so I thought to myself “once I get my airbrush working I’ll have to start painting it”
Then I realized, that’s how I tend to not get things done so I pulled out a brush and started on one side. Being fairly thin airbrush paint it takes several coats to brush it on but it’s something I’ve been able to spread out over short painting sessions with good results so far.
I still haven’t figured out what I’m going to do for shingles yet though I’m open to any suggestions.
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I love using the Vallejo Air brush paints. Just wish they were not so expensive on the side of the ocean. 😦
They are definitely a premium product here too but I’ve always been happy with the results so I try to get it when I can