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Excuse Me dinosaur coming through and veteran of the paint wars of the 90s.
Every time I read all the troubles you guys go through with airbrushes I hug my paint rack and my brushes.
Anybody remember the paint wars on this board , a late 20th century war over proper pigments? Yup a bloody no prisoners taken war. Then S&S published and peace was declared. Brought myself their paint chips (cards) and cornered the market on acrylic paint . Quite a few hurdles that had to be overcome. Still paint brush with Polly Scale but I matched every pigment on those cards. A paint over 30 years old and going strong right out of the jar.
I'm getting a little tired of Tamiya paint clogging my a-brush....tried simple water, but watered down too much; tried thinner (lacquer) but drys out the paint as it leaves the tip.
So, I'm thinking of changing brands after a long time use and upgrading my brand....
I like acrylic paints...LOVED using Model Masters but .... ...it doesn't exist anymore.
So, HOW is Mission Model paints, or True Color paints for those who made the switch. How is it as a brushable and air-brush paint jobs??
Maybe on a different question, Who here has switched from Tamiya to another acrylic paint
I would like a WIDE variety of colors for not just ships, but planes, tanks, Indy-cars, Glossy paints as well as Matt paints.
Thanks for your time.
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