One trick with that is to fill a sink with hot water and put your spray cans into that water for 10-15mins. Then go outside, shake up as normal and use it.Excellent Alita!
I'm waiting for the weather to heat up to spray prime properly. I have about a hundred models that are ready and about a hundred more I am preparing. Any week now it'll heat up. Any week...
Thanks for the tip, the high today was 20°F (~-6°C), and a low of 5°F (-15°C). I tried to prime some miniatures last winter, and those minis are still glossy and tacky to the touch a year later. I'll hold off, I'd rather wait to do it right than ruin another batch of figures. Plus I have an airbrush and airbrush primer if I get desperate, I just don't want to airbrush prime 200 models, you know?One trick with that is to fill a sink with hot water and put your spray cans into that water for 10-15mins. Then go outside, shake up as normal and use it.
Works for me when it drops to around -1 to -5 Celsius. No idea if it works below that.
Holy crap, those wings and that armour and that base. Very lush sir.Those guts look good there AlphaAsh.
I finally finished all of my infantry for custodes. Now I just need to finish up the dreads.
Below are the wardens and termies and Valoris that I finished. They are axing Magnus a question.