Clear editor. Most of the paints will stay unused and die of old age. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp. The greens and whites, in my experience, are trash. Clear editor.

Amazing guide! Terrible. RLM – 13 I would do that, but I unfortunately don't have the patience to actually transfer the paint from pots to bottles. Can anyone explain this? This Vallejo Cross Reference pdf, about 1.3MB in size, gives the paint numbers for other brands.

Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source. Display as a link instead, × New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the minipainting community. The gloss coat is a small improvement over the standard finish of this paint, but the brighter specular makes for a more visually appealing finish.

Shop Online at Sunward Hobbies Risk Free! Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service.

3:1 VMA Steel Blue/Metallic Medium Mix. The gloss coat improves the look of this mix, particularly on the curved surface that I'm working with. 24.75 is more fun to play and sounds MUCH better. I’ve got most of both ranges, and use each for certain things. But most of my favorite recorded guitar tones are made with the 24.75 scale. So they do take a bit of getting used to. The gloss coat brings out the blue surprisingly well for this, and make it shine more like the other metallic paints that I've used.

If you don't already have the Reaper Learn to Paint Kit, start there.

It's an airbrush paint, so the it's probably thinner than most people would be comfortable with. Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints. Or maybe it's just marketing (i.e., GW shows you what yellow armor *should* look like, which uses only their paints).

I'm not too sure about drybrushing these paints to be honest, it's not something that I've done. Full tracking of what you have read so you can skip to your first unread post, easily see what has changed since you last logged in, and easily see what is new at a glance.

If I could only have one, it would be 25.5". This is nowhere near as blue as I'd have preferred it and it doesn't really match the digital swatch Scale75 provide, but it's still a decent paint. Vallejo paints often have an equivalent in the GW range. Testor – 9 While I've heard enough negative things about Vallejo Game Color to avoid it, Vallejo has other paint lines.   Your previous content has been restored. © 1995-2019 Harmony Central, Inc. All rights reserved. I also like the 25" scale instruments, that is the PRS Custom and CE-22 maple top that I have.

Quote; Link to post Share on other sites. Like most other Scale75 metallics I've worked with it's got decent coverage (required two full coats) and it's got a very fine metallic grain. AK interactive extreme metal is amazing. It sounds a strange benefit, but it’s saved my bacon on more than one occasion, when I can pop to the local store for a pot to finish something, rather than have to wait for an online order. It covers quite well, and is very shiny.

(Mostly Brown Glaze, some mediums and a couple of unusual colors from the Model Color line.). what are the advantages/disadvantages of each?? Revell – 15 Long ago I was told that intonation up the entire neck was more accurate with the longer scale. Unfortunately, the only paints easily obtainable by me are Citadel paints (I live in NYC) so I really go on literature, videos, and a few test paints to get an idea of what a particular range is like. Scale 75 paints all come in 17mm dropper bottles (like Vallejo), which is a preference of mine, so its nice and easy to drop paint onto your palette or into the reservoir of your airbrush.

I think all of these various guitars with various features can and do sound and play great.

Please expect a 1 to 3 day delivery delay for Canada Post and UPS. Unfortunately my experiences with metallic red have all met with failure and disappointment. I'm painting Nerf guns so a metallic blue is great. Try looking into warcolours paints.

× I like the increased string tension of the longer scale, it takes to low tunings easier. Yeah, I read about them. When selecting a paint to add metallic medium the best choice is a paint that would be the desired hue and tone when white is mixed in. So overall Reaper are my goto paints along with a smaller mix from other brands. which do you prefer?? But I'm kind of used to the 24.75" scale with my humbucking guitars. Humbrol – 8 Here are the paints I used, although I also use VMA Steel Blue and Vallejo Metal Medium to mix up a metallic blue as well. You can post now and register later. Scale 75 doesn't come with any metallics.

Warcolour Metallic Blue. Reaper – 19, Copyright © 2012 to 2020 Sunward Group Limited. Their yellow primer is awesome, but their yellow from the pots has absolutely the lowest opacity I've ever experienced in a yellow hobby paint.

I have several Army Painter bottles, but I've found they're a bit too thin for me and don't adhere as well as other hobby paints I've used. Still something to consider. None of which I need.

Army Painter is great for reds and blues. They were meant to mimic the likes of Dark Angels Green, Blood Red, Chaos Black etc. GW is sold in 10 minutes in three directions from me but I am not a fan, even though my exposure is very limited. Vallejo also has a Plastic Putty which is useful for small gaps (easier to use than epoxies like Milliput and greenstuff), and Metal Medium to make your own metallics and use alone for metal highlights. It can be used both ways. VMA Steel Blue is a very dark blue that when mixed with white becomes this strong green-bias blue and the metallic result of this mix is as strong as expected. You might want to buy one bottle from each manufacturer and try painting something with them. ): And if you have zombies to paint, Army Painter's Zombicide paint kits are great for cranking out zombie miniatures! So I've moved to Army Painter for some of those tones. I …

Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints.

It can be used both ways.

So Vallejo tends to be my go-to for army projects.

I'll sacrifice that preferred comfort for sound and versatiliy (being able to play OR adapt to playing whatever instrument is on hand for a given situation). I prefer 25.5" as well, just feels better to me. P3 is the real go-to for browns. Their steel colors - plate mail and gun metal - are the best around.

I usually play a 25.5 scale guitar. De la qualité tabletop à la pièce de concours.

I've heard really good things about this line, but I'm also slightly intimidated by the "steep learning curve" painters seem to bring up.

Warcolour's metallic red is very aggravatingly not red pink, Scale75 don't do a red and I have no word on Reaper. Aside 1: I had to add agitators to all my Scale 75 bottles, because otherwise I find they separate so badly between sessions that certain colours become near unusable.

Good afternoon everyone, this weekend I managed to pick up both Reaper Gunmetal Blue and Sparkling blue so I figured it would be a good idea to compare those with the Vallejo, Warcolour and Scale75 metallic blues I own since it's not easy to find images of these paints online.

Where can I go wrong?). Can anyone explain this? 1 Quote; Share this post.

The tone is warmer, muddier.

I know this wasn't one of the bands you mentioned, but it is similar to scale75 and perhaps not as well known. I am particularity interested in Scale 75 African Shadow and Kalahari Orange.

Whichever you end up going with, both Vallejo and Scale are a step or two above GW paints. I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. The Scale75 paints drybrush well for what it's worth, the fine-ground metalic flakes make them particularly good for it. Everything seems to scream "BUY SCALE 75!" But I get your point on that.   Pasted as rich text. Before I begin the comparison proper, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source.

My biggest complaint about Scale 75 is I usually have to shake it a little longer than Vallejo and Army Painter paints.

It comes out like water with bubbles in it even after extensive shaking.

The snappier attack with 25.5" guitars seems to go with single coil pickups better. It's a shame the Reaper ones aren't so metallic as the others as Reaper paints drybrush very well in my experience.

I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. P3 is also good for blues and reds, and their oranges are better than anybody's. Do these companies carry the same colour-type but in the red range? × I like both. It's a good selection of paints and will teach drybrushing and washing. VMA Arctic Blue. View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery View …

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Clear editor. Most of the paints will stay unused and die of old age. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp. The greens and whites, in my experience, are trash. Clear editor.

Amazing guide! Terrible. RLM – 13 I would do that, but I unfortunately don't have the patience to actually transfer the paint from pots to bottles. Can anyone explain this? This Vallejo Cross Reference pdf, about 1.3MB in size, gives the paint numbers for other brands.

Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source. Display as a link instead, × New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the minipainting community. The gloss coat is a small improvement over the standard finish of this paint, but the brighter specular makes for a more visually appealing finish.

Shop Online at Sunward Hobbies Risk Free! Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service.

3:1 VMA Steel Blue/Metallic Medium Mix. The gloss coat improves the look of this mix, particularly on the curved surface that I'm working with. 24.75 is more fun to play and sounds MUCH better. I’ve got most of both ranges, and use each for certain things. But most of my favorite recorded guitar tones are made with the 24.75 scale. So they do take a bit of getting used to. The gloss coat brings out the blue surprisingly well for this, and make it shine more like the other metallic paints that I've used.

If you don't already have the Reaper Learn to Paint Kit, start there.

It's an airbrush paint, so the it's probably thinner than most people would be comfortable with. Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints. Or maybe it's just marketing (i.e., GW shows you what yellow armor *should* look like, which uses only their paints).

I'm not too sure about drybrushing these paints to be honest, it's not something that I've done. Full tracking of what you have read so you can skip to your first unread post, easily see what has changed since you last logged in, and easily see what is new at a glance.

If I could only have one, it would be 25.5". This is nowhere near as blue as I'd have preferred it and it doesn't really match the digital swatch Scale75 provide, but it's still a decent paint. Vallejo paints often have an equivalent in the GW range. Testor – 9 While I've heard enough negative things about Vallejo Game Color to avoid it, Vallejo has other paint lines.   Your previous content has been restored. © 1995-2019 Harmony Central, Inc. All rights reserved. I also like the 25" scale instruments, that is the PRS Custom and CE-22 maple top that I have.

Quote; Link to post Share on other sites. Like most other Scale75 metallics I've worked with it's got decent coverage (required two full coats) and it's got a very fine metallic grain. AK interactive extreme metal is amazing. It sounds a strange benefit, but it’s saved my bacon on more than one occasion, when I can pop to the local store for a pot to finish something, rather than have to wait for an online order. It covers quite well, and is very shiny.

(Mostly Brown Glaze, some mediums and a couple of unusual colors from the Model Color line.). what are the advantages/disadvantages of each?? Revell – 15 Long ago I was told that intonation up the entire neck was more accurate with the longer scale. Unfortunately, the only paints easily obtainable by me are Citadel paints (I live in NYC) so I really go on literature, videos, and a few test paints to get an idea of what a particular range is like. Scale 75 paints all come in 17mm dropper bottles (like Vallejo), which is a preference of mine, so its nice and easy to drop paint onto your palette or into the reservoir of your airbrush.

I think all of these various guitars with various features can and do sound and play great.

Please expect a 1 to 3 day delivery delay for Canada Post and UPS. Unfortunately my experiences with metallic red have all met with failure and disappointment. I'm painting Nerf guns so a metallic blue is great. Try looking into warcolours paints.

× I like the increased string tension of the longer scale, it takes to low tunings easier. Yeah, I read about them. When selecting a paint to add metallic medium the best choice is a paint that would be the desired hue and tone when white is mixed in. So overall Reaper are my goto paints along with a smaller mix from other brands. which do you prefer?? But I'm kind of used to the 24.75" scale with my humbucking guitars. Humbrol – 8 Here are the paints I used, although I also use VMA Steel Blue and Vallejo Metal Medium to mix up a metallic blue as well. You can post now and register later. Scale 75 doesn't come with any metallics.

Warcolour Metallic Blue. Reaper – 19, Copyright © 2012 to 2020 Sunward Group Limited. Their yellow primer is awesome, but their yellow from the pots has absolutely the lowest opacity I've ever experienced in a yellow hobby paint.

I have several Army Painter bottles, but I've found they're a bit too thin for me and don't adhere as well as other hobby paints I've used. Still something to consider. None of which I need.

Army Painter is great for reds and blues. They were meant to mimic the likes of Dark Angels Green, Blood Red, Chaos Black etc. GW is sold in 10 minutes in three directions from me but I am not a fan, even though my exposure is very limited. Vallejo also has a Plastic Putty which is useful for small gaps (easier to use than epoxies like Milliput and greenstuff), and Metal Medium to make your own metallics and use alone for metal highlights. It can be used both ways. VMA Steel Blue is a very dark blue that when mixed with white becomes this strong green-bias blue and the metallic result of this mix is as strong as expected. You might want to buy one bottle from each manufacturer and try painting something with them. ): And if you have zombies to paint, Army Painter's Zombicide paint kits are great for cranking out zombie miniatures! So I've moved to Army Painter for some of those tones. I …

Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints.

It can be used both ways.

So Vallejo tends to be my go-to for army projects.

I'll sacrifice that preferred comfort for sound and versatiliy (being able to play OR adapt to playing whatever instrument is on hand for a given situation). I prefer 25.5" as well, just feels better to me. P3 is the real go-to for browns. Their steel colors - plate mail and gun metal - are the best around.

I usually play a 25.5 scale guitar. De la qualité tabletop à la pièce de concours.

I've heard really good things about this line, but I'm also slightly intimidated by the "steep learning curve" painters seem to bring up.

Warcolour's metallic red is very aggravatingly not red pink, Scale75 don't do a red and I have no word on Reaper. Aside 1: I had to add agitators to all my Scale 75 bottles, because otherwise I find they separate so badly between sessions that certain colours become near unusable.

Good afternoon everyone, this weekend I managed to pick up both Reaper Gunmetal Blue and Sparkling blue so I figured it would be a good idea to compare those with the Vallejo, Warcolour and Scale75 metallic blues I own since it's not easy to find images of these paints online.

Where can I go wrong?). Can anyone explain this? 1 Quote; Share this post.

The tone is warmer, muddier.

I know this wasn't one of the bands you mentioned, but it is similar to scale75 and perhaps not as well known. I am particularity interested in Scale 75 African Shadow and Kalahari Orange.

Whichever you end up going with, both Vallejo and Scale are a step or two above GW paints. I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. The Scale75 paints drybrush well for what it's worth, the fine-ground metalic flakes make them particularly good for it. Everything seems to scream "BUY SCALE 75!" But I get your point on that.   Pasted as rich text. Before I begin the comparison proper, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source.

My biggest complaint about Scale 75 is I usually have to shake it a little longer than Vallejo and Army Painter paints.

It comes out like water with bubbles in it even after extensive shaking.

The snappier attack with 25.5" guitars seems to go with single coil pickups better. It's a shame the Reaper ones aren't so metallic as the others as Reaper paints drybrush very well in my experience.

I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. P3 is also good for blues and reds, and their oranges are better than anybody's. Do these companies carry the same colour-type but in the red range? × I like both. It's a good selection of paints and will teach drybrushing and washing. VMA Arctic Blue. View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery View …

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Clear editor. Most of the paints will stay unused and die of old age. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp. The greens and whites, in my experience, are trash. Clear editor.

Amazing guide! Terrible. RLM – 13 I would do that, but I unfortunately don't have the patience to actually transfer the paint from pots to bottles. Can anyone explain this? This Vallejo Cross Reference pdf, about 1.3MB in size, gives the paint numbers for other brands.

Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source. Display as a link instead, × New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the minipainting community. The gloss coat is a small improvement over the standard finish of this paint, but the brighter specular makes for a more visually appealing finish.

Shop Online at Sunward Hobbies Risk Free! Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service.

3:1 VMA Steel Blue/Metallic Medium Mix. The gloss coat improves the look of this mix, particularly on the curved surface that I'm working with. 24.75 is more fun to play and sounds MUCH better. I’ve got most of both ranges, and use each for certain things. But most of my favorite recorded guitar tones are made with the 24.75 scale. So they do take a bit of getting used to. The gloss coat brings out the blue surprisingly well for this, and make it shine more like the other metallic paints that I've used.

If you don't already have the Reaper Learn to Paint Kit, start there.

It's an airbrush paint, so the it's probably thinner than most people would be comfortable with. Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints. Or maybe it's just marketing (i.e., GW shows you what yellow armor *should* look like, which uses only their paints).

I'm not too sure about drybrushing these paints to be honest, it's not something that I've done. Full tracking of what you have read so you can skip to your first unread post, easily see what has changed since you last logged in, and easily see what is new at a glance.

If I could only have one, it would be 25.5". This is nowhere near as blue as I'd have preferred it and it doesn't really match the digital swatch Scale75 provide, but it's still a decent paint. Vallejo paints often have an equivalent in the GW range. Testor – 9 While I've heard enough negative things about Vallejo Game Color to avoid it, Vallejo has other paint lines.   Your previous content has been restored. © 1995-2019 Harmony Central, Inc. All rights reserved. I also like the 25" scale instruments, that is the PRS Custom and CE-22 maple top that I have.

Quote; Link to post Share on other sites. Like most other Scale75 metallics I've worked with it's got decent coverage (required two full coats) and it's got a very fine metallic grain. AK interactive extreme metal is amazing. It sounds a strange benefit, but it’s saved my bacon on more than one occasion, when I can pop to the local store for a pot to finish something, rather than have to wait for an online order. It covers quite well, and is very shiny.

(Mostly Brown Glaze, some mediums and a couple of unusual colors from the Model Color line.). what are the advantages/disadvantages of each?? Revell – 15 Long ago I was told that intonation up the entire neck was more accurate with the longer scale. Unfortunately, the only paints easily obtainable by me are Citadel paints (I live in NYC) so I really go on literature, videos, and a few test paints to get an idea of what a particular range is like. Scale 75 paints all come in 17mm dropper bottles (like Vallejo), which is a preference of mine, so its nice and easy to drop paint onto your palette or into the reservoir of your airbrush.

I think all of these various guitars with various features can and do sound and play great.

Please expect a 1 to 3 day delivery delay for Canada Post and UPS. Unfortunately my experiences with metallic red have all met with failure and disappointment. I'm painting Nerf guns so a metallic blue is great. Try looking into warcolours paints.

× I like the increased string tension of the longer scale, it takes to low tunings easier. Yeah, I read about them. When selecting a paint to add metallic medium the best choice is a paint that would be the desired hue and tone when white is mixed in. So overall Reaper are my goto paints along with a smaller mix from other brands. which do you prefer?? But I'm kind of used to the 24.75" scale with my humbucking guitars. Humbrol – 8 Here are the paints I used, although I also use VMA Steel Blue and Vallejo Metal Medium to mix up a metallic blue as well. You can post now and register later. Scale 75 doesn't come with any metallics.

Warcolour Metallic Blue. Reaper – 19, Copyright © 2012 to 2020 Sunward Group Limited. Their yellow primer is awesome, but their yellow from the pots has absolutely the lowest opacity I've ever experienced in a yellow hobby paint.

I have several Army Painter bottles, but I've found they're a bit too thin for me and don't adhere as well as other hobby paints I've used. Still something to consider. None of which I need.

Army Painter is great for reds and blues. They were meant to mimic the likes of Dark Angels Green, Blood Red, Chaos Black etc. GW is sold in 10 minutes in three directions from me but I am not a fan, even though my exposure is very limited. Vallejo also has a Plastic Putty which is useful for small gaps (easier to use than epoxies like Milliput and greenstuff), and Metal Medium to make your own metallics and use alone for metal highlights. It can be used both ways. VMA Steel Blue is a very dark blue that when mixed with white becomes this strong green-bias blue and the metallic result of this mix is as strong as expected. You might want to buy one bottle from each manufacturer and try painting something with them. ): And if you have zombies to paint, Army Painter's Zombicide paint kits are great for cranking out zombie miniatures! So I've moved to Army Painter for some of those tones. I …

Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints.

It can be used both ways.

So Vallejo tends to be my go-to for army projects.

I'll sacrifice that preferred comfort for sound and versatiliy (being able to play OR adapt to playing whatever instrument is on hand for a given situation). I prefer 25.5" as well, just feels better to me. P3 is the real go-to for browns. Their steel colors - plate mail and gun metal - are the best around.

I usually play a 25.5 scale guitar. De la qualité tabletop à la pièce de concours.

I've heard really good things about this line, but I'm also slightly intimidated by the "steep learning curve" painters seem to bring up.

Warcolour's metallic red is very aggravatingly not red pink, Scale75 don't do a red and I have no word on Reaper. Aside 1: I had to add agitators to all my Scale 75 bottles, because otherwise I find they separate so badly between sessions that certain colours become near unusable.

Good afternoon everyone, this weekend I managed to pick up both Reaper Gunmetal Blue and Sparkling blue so I figured it would be a good idea to compare those with the Vallejo, Warcolour and Scale75 metallic blues I own since it's not easy to find images of these paints online.

Where can I go wrong?). Can anyone explain this? 1 Quote; Share this post.

The tone is warmer, muddier.

I know this wasn't one of the bands you mentioned, but it is similar to scale75 and perhaps not as well known. I am particularity interested in Scale 75 African Shadow and Kalahari Orange.

Whichever you end up going with, both Vallejo and Scale are a step or two above GW paints. I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. The Scale75 paints drybrush well for what it's worth, the fine-ground metalic flakes make them particularly good for it. Everything seems to scream "BUY SCALE 75!" But I get your point on that.   Pasted as rich text. Before I begin the comparison proper, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source.

My biggest complaint about Scale 75 is I usually have to shake it a little longer than Vallejo and Army Painter paints.

It comes out like water with bubbles in it even after extensive shaking.

The snappier attack with 25.5" guitars seems to go with single coil pickups better. It's a shame the Reaper ones aren't so metallic as the others as Reaper paints drybrush very well in my experience.

I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. P3 is also good for blues and reds, and their oranges are better than anybody's. Do these companies carry the same colour-type but in the red range? × I like both. It's a good selection of paints and will teach drybrushing and washing. VMA Arctic Blue. View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery View …

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It's liquid gold/whatever metal you need. With balanced I mean they have a good consistency right out of the bottle, mix well with water and don't have this extremely matte finish as most of sc75 colors. VMC Gunmetal Blue. Model Paint Cross Reference Charts This list for paint charts is compiled as a part of the work on Humbrol Paint Converter application for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1 Official manufacturers sites; Official conversion charts The Citadel paints are generally fine, but I started airbrushing and was not satisfied with the pot design. Tamiya – 15 Maybe without their hand-holding system I'm not able to use the right colors to layer.

I have big fingers I guess, so I'm not really into big frets on a 24.75" guitar.

Clear editor. Most of the paints will stay unused and die of old age. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp. The greens and whites, in my experience, are trash. Clear editor.

Amazing guide! Terrible. RLM – 13 I would do that, but I unfortunately don't have the patience to actually transfer the paint from pots to bottles. Can anyone explain this? This Vallejo Cross Reference pdf, about 1.3MB in size, gives the paint numbers for other brands.

Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source. Display as a link instead, × New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the minipainting community. The gloss coat is a small improvement over the standard finish of this paint, but the brighter specular makes for a more visually appealing finish.

Shop Online at Sunward Hobbies Risk Free! Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service.

3:1 VMA Steel Blue/Metallic Medium Mix. The gloss coat improves the look of this mix, particularly on the curved surface that I'm working with. 24.75 is more fun to play and sounds MUCH better. I’ve got most of both ranges, and use each for certain things. But most of my favorite recorded guitar tones are made with the 24.75 scale. So they do take a bit of getting used to. The gloss coat brings out the blue surprisingly well for this, and make it shine more like the other metallic paints that I've used.

If you don't already have the Reaper Learn to Paint Kit, start there.

It's an airbrush paint, so the it's probably thinner than most people would be comfortable with. Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints. Or maybe it's just marketing (i.e., GW shows you what yellow armor *should* look like, which uses only their paints).

I'm not too sure about drybrushing these paints to be honest, it's not something that I've done. Full tracking of what you have read so you can skip to your first unread post, easily see what has changed since you last logged in, and easily see what is new at a glance.

If I could only have one, it would be 25.5". This is nowhere near as blue as I'd have preferred it and it doesn't really match the digital swatch Scale75 provide, but it's still a decent paint. Vallejo paints often have an equivalent in the GW range. Testor – 9 While I've heard enough negative things about Vallejo Game Color to avoid it, Vallejo has other paint lines.   Your previous content has been restored. © 1995-2019 Harmony Central, Inc. All rights reserved. I also like the 25" scale instruments, that is the PRS Custom and CE-22 maple top that I have.

Quote; Link to post Share on other sites. Like most other Scale75 metallics I've worked with it's got decent coverage (required two full coats) and it's got a very fine metallic grain. AK interactive extreme metal is amazing. It sounds a strange benefit, but it’s saved my bacon on more than one occasion, when I can pop to the local store for a pot to finish something, rather than have to wait for an online order. It covers quite well, and is very shiny.

(Mostly Brown Glaze, some mediums and a couple of unusual colors from the Model Color line.). what are the advantages/disadvantages of each?? Revell – 15 Long ago I was told that intonation up the entire neck was more accurate with the longer scale. Unfortunately, the only paints easily obtainable by me are Citadel paints (I live in NYC) so I really go on literature, videos, and a few test paints to get an idea of what a particular range is like. Scale 75 paints all come in 17mm dropper bottles (like Vallejo), which is a preference of mine, so its nice and easy to drop paint onto your palette or into the reservoir of your airbrush.

I think all of these various guitars with various features can and do sound and play great.

Please expect a 1 to 3 day delivery delay for Canada Post and UPS. Unfortunately my experiences with metallic red have all met with failure and disappointment. I'm painting Nerf guns so a metallic blue is great. Try looking into warcolours paints.

× I like the increased string tension of the longer scale, it takes to low tunings easier. Yeah, I read about them. When selecting a paint to add metallic medium the best choice is a paint that would be the desired hue and tone when white is mixed in. So overall Reaper are my goto paints along with a smaller mix from other brands. which do you prefer?? But I'm kind of used to the 24.75" scale with my humbucking guitars. Humbrol – 8 Here are the paints I used, although I also use VMA Steel Blue and Vallejo Metal Medium to mix up a metallic blue as well. You can post now and register later. Scale 75 doesn't come with any metallics.

Warcolour Metallic Blue. Reaper – 19, Copyright © 2012 to 2020 Sunward Group Limited. Their yellow primer is awesome, but their yellow from the pots has absolutely the lowest opacity I've ever experienced in a yellow hobby paint.

I have several Army Painter bottles, but I've found they're a bit too thin for me and don't adhere as well as other hobby paints I've used. Still something to consider. None of which I need.

Army Painter is great for reds and blues. They were meant to mimic the likes of Dark Angels Green, Blood Red, Chaos Black etc. GW is sold in 10 minutes in three directions from me but I am not a fan, even though my exposure is very limited. Vallejo also has a Plastic Putty which is useful for small gaps (easier to use than epoxies like Milliput and greenstuff), and Metal Medium to make your own metallics and use alone for metal highlights. It can be used both ways. VMA Steel Blue is a very dark blue that when mixed with white becomes this strong green-bias blue and the metallic result of this mix is as strong as expected. You might want to buy one bottle from each manufacturer and try painting something with them. ): And if you have zombies to paint, Army Painter's Zombicide paint kits are great for cranking out zombie miniatures! So I've moved to Army Painter for some of those tones. I …

Vallejos are much, much, more forgiving to work with than the Scale 75 paints.

It can be used both ways.

So Vallejo tends to be my go-to for army projects.

I'll sacrifice that preferred comfort for sound and versatiliy (being able to play OR adapt to playing whatever instrument is on hand for a given situation). I prefer 25.5" as well, just feels better to me. P3 is the real go-to for browns. Their steel colors - plate mail and gun metal - are the best around.

I usually play a 25.5 scale guitar. De la qualité tabletop à la pièce de concours.

I've heard really good things about this line, but I'm also slightly intimidated by the "steep learning curve" painters seem to bring up.

Warcolour's metallic red is very aggravatingly not red pink, Scale75 don't do a red and I have no word on Reaper. Aside 1: I had to add agitators to all my Scale 75 bottles, because otherwise I find they separate so badly between sessions that certain colours become near unusable.

Good afternoon everyone, this weekend I managed to pick up both Reaper Gunmetal Blue and Sparkling blue so I figured it would be a good idea to compare those with the Vallejo, Warcolour and Scale75 metallic blues I own since it's not easy to find images of these paints online.

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The tone is warmer, muddier.

I know this wasn't one of the bands you mentioned, but it is similar to scale75 and perhaps not as well known. I am particularity interested in Scale 75 African Shadow and Kalahari Orange.

Whichever you end up going with, both Vallejo and Scale are a step or two above GW paints. I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. The Scale75 paints drybrush well for what it's worth, the fine-ground metalic flakes make them particularly good for it. Everything seems to scream "BUY SCALE 75!" But I get your point on that.   Pasted as rich text. Before I begin the comparison proper, here's a top-down photo of the paints under a more diffuse light source.

My biggest complaint about Scale 75 is I usually have to shake it a little longer than Vallejo and Army Painter paints.

It comes out like water with bubbles in it even after extensive shaking.

The snappier attack with 25.5" guitars seems to go with single coil pickups better. It's a shame the Reaper ones aren't so metallic as the others as Reaper paints drybrush very well in my experience.

I do own a couple of Vallejo bottles too, but as one colour is great and top quality, I sometimes get a bottle that has consistency problems. P3 is also good for blues and reds, and their oranges are better than anybody's. Do these companies carry the same colour-type but in the red range? × I like both. It's a good selection of paints and will teach drybrushing and washing. VMA Arctic Blue. View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery View …

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