Painting your Classics figures
Hey guys! Just thought I would pick your brains regarding painting Classics figs.
I know not everyone is happy with the color of their figs and the flocked/unflocked issues (i.e. Panthor, Mossman's ears) so I'm sure a lot of you do it yourself. I was just wondering a few things about the process, and maybe get some tips/tricks and what worked and what went wrong. :)
What kind of paint do you use?
Do you use "model" paint?
How many coats?
How to remove/fix errors?
Is painting Classics figures a good idea?
Any advice/suggestions are much appreciated, thanks!
P.S. Please post pictures too! :)
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Does anyone have a fail safe fix for this poor QC issue on figures?
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