This thread is gonna be my bible when I start painting
Humbrol enamels, some lacquer/enamel thinner (I use lacquer paint thinner you can get at the hardware store).So I've heard humbrol on here before but this is a bit new to me. My previous experience is rattle cans for paint jobs but I recently got some resin parts, and found I have an airbursh (but no compressor) at my disposal, so I was thinking upgrade my experience. What do I need to paint with an airbrush and what Humbrol paints should I get (not colors but type). I'm sorry if this is a rookie question or been answered a bunch already
I was just wondering this today... What size are we talking about? Looks like they have a 14ml and 50ml. Or does "tin" imply the 50ml size?He's right, the colours go a long way once thinned, for example, with the ESB helmet colours you actually only need one tin of each colour but for the colours that cover the larger areas it might help to have two tins (main green) but for some areas you would definitely only need one tin; the sand colour for the rangefinder ear would be a good example of that.