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  • #135794
    AvatarJosh Hardman
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    What type of paint do people use to prime the models? I’ve heard filler primer can be pretty good?

    On a side note, I’m having issues with my prints showing layers after priming. I assume that I need to give them a good sand down first?

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by AvatarNicholas Jebson. Reason: added tags
    #136157
    AvatarZoltan
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    I’ve been using Citadel paints to paint my models, but recently started searching for a cheaper base coat/primer.

    I picked up with some Daler Rowney Graduate Acrylic (http://www.daler-rowney.com/graduate-acrylic) in Netural Grey and Mars Black over the weekend.
    I am really happy with the coverage the black gives, even on white filament. The grey is so-so; it needs 2 coats.

    I print most of the time with 0.1mm layer height and almost never sand the models. I’ll post some pics here once I get home.

    #136362
    AvatarGnomeinbrain
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    I use Vallejo Black Primer Acrylic. It works well, but you need a cheap airbrush. For paints, there is an army painter set of 50 colors on sale at Amazon for less than $100. Far exceeds Citadel paints for the price.

    #136406
    Sam CampbellSam Campbell
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    We use a Rustoleom matt black primer for most models and coloured army painter primer leather Brown for Elven Terrain recently.

    #136873
    AvatarStefan
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    No experience yet, but I’m planning on priming those scenery pieces with a cheap airbrush, too. They are too big for me to use a brush. And I’m not sure about trying a spray can on them.
    As for painting, I use Vallejo and Army Painter colors – no problem on plastic, metal or resin minis, so I don’t expect one here.

    #144289
    Avatarnicholascaldwell
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    +1 for Rustoleum Flat Black. It coats well, never gums up and is half the price of anything the game companies make. That said, I’m a convert to the “get it done fast” style of painting and I’ve begun using Army Painter colored primers to get base coats done at the same time as priming.

    #144684
    Avatardale
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    Home depot .99 flat black paint is my main primer. Slightly filling but does not over do it.
    I also use HotRod Gray sandable primer from the autoparts store for my gray base coat on my dungeon tiles.

    #152099
    Avatarsmithnovel48
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    Well, I used different 3d printers several time but best of them are Ultimaker 2+, Formlabs Form 2. If you want to get any news related to 3d printing you can use the following links. https://www.allthat3d.com/

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