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Spray Leadbelcher

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Original price £12.50
Original price £12.50 - Original price £12.50
Original price £12.50
Current price £11.25
£11.25 - £11.25
Current price £11.25
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Customer Reviews

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tom connolley
If you need to basecoat silver you're in business

great paint, nice coverage, a real time saver if you're painting Hallowed Knights.

I will say it didnt hold up well over the hotter days, but very few sprays do (read as i was a dummy and used it when it was too hot, it caused a weird texture and i had to strip and repaint)

buy it if you're painting a lot of silver, your brushes will thank you for not clogging them up with metallic pigment particles

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Edward Molloy
Games Workshop Leadbelcher spray

Good quality paint, gives good coverage, doesn’t obscure details and has a consistent spray rate. Slightly more expensive than competitors’ brands like Army Painter, but lasted longer than the Army Painter can I bought at the same time.

Only downside to Leadbelcher in particular is it gives a very smooth finish compared to other colours, which can be slightly more difficult to paint or wash over, but this is easy to deal with if you are aware of it. Just let the paint thicken up a little by drying slightly before painting onto it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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tom connolley
If you need to basecoat silver you're in business

great paint, nice coverage, a real time saver if you're painting Hallowed Knights.

I will say it didnt hold up well over the hotter days, but very few sprays do (read as i was a dummy and used it when it was too hot, it caused a weird texture and i had to strip and repaint)

buy it if you're painting a lot of silver, your brushes will thank you for not clogging them up with metallic pigment particles

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Edward Molloy
Games Workshop Leadbelcher spray

Good quality paint, gives good coverage, doesn’t obscure details and has a consistent spray rate. Slightly more expensive than competitors’ brands like Army Painter, but lasted longer than the Army Painter can I bought at the same time.

Only downside to Leadbelcher in particular is it gives a very smooth finish compared to other colours, which can be slightly more difficult to paint or wash over, but this is easy to deal with if you are aware of it. Just let the paint thicken up a little by drying slightly before painting onto it.