no paint on the walls/floor/furniture, keep everything super clean and tidy and contained to my own room and no brush licking.
The only time I get paint in places I don’t want is when the GW pots build up dried paint st the hinge and wetter stuff oozes out onto your fingers and you don’t notice until you touch something else!Out of curiosity how much mess do you make? I've yet to do terrain which I imagine would get more messy, but painting the miniatures never seems to get paint everywhere.
Yeah the only thing I don't like about the old white lidded gw paints (and similar brands such as coat d'arms) is that they are prone to doing this.The only time I get paint in places I don’t want is when the GW pots build up dried paint st the hinge and wetter stuff oozes out onto your fingers and you don’t notice until you touch something else!
Haha thanks @Sump Duck madness is a great description@Edster well it sounds like bloody good fun at least! And there must be method to the madness looking at the amount of beautiful minis you put out.
Any tips for getting so much done so quickly besides putting in more time? I find I'm pretty slow although it might have something to do with the fact that I can't bring myself to paint in batches bigger than 2 minis at a time.
They’re going to love seeing your new painting setup with clear plastic sheeting covering every surface and you sat there in a poncho - very American Psycho.Oh yeah @Sump Duck dude I get paint EVERYWHERE! splattered all up the walls like a murder scene, pooled over the desk, dripped and congealed onto the carpet, trodden in blu tack and glue, weathering powdered finger prints smeared over light switches… it’s like a scene from midsomer murders!
seriously though, I’m a very ‘expressive’ lad, shall we say, and my art reflects that for sure. also I think it‘s the all or nothing approach - I’ll try to paint a whole army as quick as I can so then I’ll take over a space for that sole purpose no matter what it takes.
Therefore my live in landlords newly, professionally painted white walls, sanded and stained floorboards and crisp furniture are not prepared for my murderous hobby streak…
Whew! And here I was thinking that @Edster was trapped in the Matrix, being held against his will at the Scandinavian Designs studio or possibly flashing back to some of his design work on Ex Machina.They’re going to love seeing your new painting setup with clear plastic sheeting covering every surface and you sat there in a poncho - very American Psycho.