I was thinking the other day that I have reached financial independence (kids gone, mortgage paid) that I can buy anything that takes my fancy. Competently using it is another question and I feel I have now entered the above class.All of the gear but no effing idea.
You can when said brush sheds hair all over your paint finish, test them on scrap first after giving them a good wash in soapy water first.on the subject of brushes, persusing my local Hobbycraft the other week I noticed their main line of 'good' paintbrushes are Daler Rowney branded - picked up a set of 4 for £10 - haven't tried them yet but they seem to be quite well regarded - wandering through Poundland on Monday they had twin brush sets on the shelves - so picked up a few more. you can't argue at 50p a brush now can you?
You can when said brush sheds hair all over your paint finish, test them on scrap first after giving them a good wash in soapy water first.
Let us know how you get onwe'll see. handmade with a lifetime guarantee according to the packaging.
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Let us know how you get on
yeah...you know how I said I was going to dip my toe back in the water with that Snowspeeder from Star Wars??
**gestures at large stack of boxes marked tamiya, airfix, ICM, italeri and hobbyboss**
**gestures again at around £200 worth of paint and tools**
A small non airtank version might do the job for you
Try and borrow one first, I gave mine away as I couldn't get on with it. What I did do, was visit my opticians and held a figure where I usually hold it when painting and got a pair of glasses for that focal lengthI want to get one of these Optivisor thingies
I can see cheapass ones with plastic lenses, and ones with glass lenses. Anyone got a recommendation?