How do you use Quickshade wash?
Generously apply your Quickshade Wash of choice to the miniature. Here we are using Military Shader for the green skin. Sometimes the wash will pool in areas where you don’t want it. Remove excess by soaking it up with the tip of your brush.
Are army painter paints water based?
The Army Painter Uniform Grey Warpaint – Acrylic Non-Toxic Heavily Pigmented Water Based Paint for Tabletop Roleplaying, Boardgames, and Wargames Miniature Model Painting.
Do you need to thin Army Painter washes?
…do I need to thin washes as well? You can. You don’t have to. Depends on the effect you want, the amount of work you’re willing to put in.
How long does Army Painter Quickshade take to dry?
The model comes out very glossy so you’ll want to apply a matte varnish when you’re all done (unless glossy is what you’re going for). Drying time is pretty long, 24 hours, so if you’re planning to do work on the model after applying quickshade it’ll be a task for another day.
What is Quickshade Wash mixing medium?
Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium is a transparent resin base designed to dilute your regular Quickshade Washes without changing the flow and viscosity. By adding Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium you can make your Wash more translucent and less pigmented.
Are Army painters toxic?
The dropper bottle makes our paints, mediums, and varnishes very convenient for airbrush users. Furthermore, our paints are non-toxic and safe to use for anyone just starting out miniature painting, as well as for the advanced hobbyist concerned with their health without compromising on the quality of their tools.
Are army painter paints any good?
Excellent high quality colors for metal and plastic miniatures. About the right consistency for base coating, but sometimes I’ll dilute it a little with water. Works great for dry brushing as well. I’ve come to prefer these paints over any other brand for painting my minis.
Do you water down washes?
You don’t generally thin washes, but there is sometimes an occasion to add some wash medium to the quickshade washes if you want to make the wash more translucent and less pigmented without it losing flow and viscosity. Don’t use water with washes.