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KEG wrote:I'll now have to work out what it is in German
Ask for FIXOGUM or FOTOKLEBER if you want Rubber Cement.
Thank you both... I'm guessing 'Rubber Cement' is like the stuff I used to know as Copydex. I'll now have to work out what it is in German. Have you tried the idea out on a card surface?
Will Vale wrote:I've found it helpful to thin acrylics with alcohol, or Tamiya acrylic thinner, since it flows over the surface much better and won't just cling in the details - useful if you're fading or tinting paint. I found when thinned with water, washes would often bead on the surface....
Also I know it's not quite answering the original question but for "battle damage" coloured pencils are very useful, and indeed normal HB as well, for exposed bare metal on edges.
Korschtal wrote:Thanks for the tip re: thinning.
I guess 'battle damage' is Graffiti?
Korschtal wrote:@PeterH: What paints do you use? Acrylics or other paints?
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