I see some painters do not want solid coats while others say it must be. Reaper Master Series Brush-On White Primer: A few very small chips at the flex points, and some paint has scraped off a few sharp protruding areas. I have used Reaper's and Derivan, can't comment on the Vallejo, sorry. For the most part, the brush … I usually thin it to about 50% with water, and sometimes do two coats (especially with white). I am sure this must be a great deal of personal preference but being new to the hobby I want to learn what others think. Try doing a thin coat of a typical base colour onto pieces that have been primed white, grey and black to see the difference. Hello all, I bought an Additives Triad the a little while back - I think it was late March - and I was surprised at the consistency of the Brush-on Primer that came in it. Also, the colour of the primer can affect the basecoat. It is a new formulation designed for use along… tabascojunkie, January 28, 2005 in Tips & Advice: Painting. You'd actually be very surprised at how much paint you can pile on there before any loss in detail becomes apparent. Reaper Miniatures is running their 12 Days of Reaper promotion from December 5 through December 16. You can increase the sturdiness of any primer by washing the figure with dish soap and a toothbrush before priming, and leaving a primed figure at least 24 hours to cure. You can smooth the remaining with a coat or two of Reaper Brush-on Sealer. So large it didn’t fit in my photography studio. I mean that if the primer is only .5 ounces, how long does that last you? During the promo, one special holiday figure of the day is included free with every purchase of $40 or more from the online Reaper site. Check out our huge collection of hot Accessories & Supplies and receive Free Shipping at $99 to the continental U.S. - I find any shade between the white and gray, they're light enough that natural shadows make the details easier to see for me. So I just stick to light gray. I prefer it to other primers because it flows better than other brush-on primers -- and it's less expensive since it comes in 2 oz. Let me second a want for Reaper Black brush on primer. I have a nice airbrush. The solution has been to shake the bottle a lot, squirt some onto the palette, thin it down with water and then stir it a lot more before I apply. The white and gray primers have been hit-or-miss. I don't overload the brush and use thin layers. Need help? But is that right? The … A complete guide for utilizing brush primer on your miniatures. Then again, some of us want primer just so our paint can stick to the mini and not flake off, regardless of the primer's color or opacity. [email protected] (940) 484-6464 © 2020 Hobby-Q, Inc. DBA Reaper Miniatures. just an important note if you go for vallejo - make sure you get actual primer - they have several paint colors with the name primer in them! Either Reaper White Primer or Vallejo White Primer although I'm thinking about switching to gray primer.   Your link has been automatically embedded. Perched on a corner . MSP Core Colors: Brush-On Grey Primer - Reaper Paints - Paints, Hobby and Scenery (By Manufacturer). I had to do a lot of "mopping out" after I put it on cause it pooled in the crevasses (sp?) Reaper claims that Bones need not be primed. By Baldur8762, September 14, 2016 in Painting Tips & Advice. Available in both white and black, this gives a nice tooth and strong adhesion to metals. This is the best Vallejo paint set for starting miniature painters.   You cannot paste images directly. My main concern is for the fine details. Also known as Texas. Vallejo Basic Colors Paint Set. £5.49 Get a natural hair eyeshadow brush ( same as a water color mop, but cheaper ). Black, white, and grey are easily available. Most people these days mean the acrylic stuff when they say "gesso". For a single, fairly simple figure, yes, brush on primer can be decently fast. Does anyone have experience with this? This is especially important with colors like yellow.   Your link has been automatically embedded. You can then let the figure dry a few minutes before apply a second coat. I actually just use a black paint I picked up at my local dollar store for brush priming. I've also used the primer as paint, though I paint to advanced tabletop. Kinda mixed on plastics. You also don't have to worry about losing detail because the primer will shrink as it dries. £5.49. I used it once for priming. Liquitex Gesso: high quality and stench-free, but it takes longer to dry, approximately 24 hours. Brush on Primer. For brush-on primers, you just need to remember to be patient! It's not optimized for that purpose. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Brush-on Primer Reaper Miniatures 9108 Master Series Paint Rem09108 at the best online prices at eBay! So I tried this out on my first Bones mini: It's not intended as a base coat, so other paint will go over it anyway. I have used reaper, vallejo and taymia brush on primers. Copyright © Reaper Miniatures I've been using Vallejo brush up n black primer for my Warmachine minis. I prefer gesso since it doesn't stink up the room. I have not noticed any loss in detail and I am not very careful when priming(slop, slop, slop it on). Although what I've been doing is prime white and then use Dragon Black in the heavy shadowed areas. With the same results – it’ll scrub the mold release away and activate your primer’s foaming action. PVC is extremely sensitive to spray primer. 3. I didn't do any experimentation or anything but I may. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. So I know the whole "Reaper bones don't need primer!" Powered by Invision Community. Brush-on White Primer, Master Series Paint, 1/2 oz Dropper Bottle 3.6 out of 5 stars 13. 2. My minis, that is. This Reaper FastPalette contains a palette of 6 putrid and ghastly skintones suitable for painting your army of the dead. 2. RPR09108PT Brush on Primer Master Series Paint .5oz by Reaper Miniatures. 2013/12/03 06:02:01 Subject: Thoughts on Reaper's bursh on primer? I've had poor results with spray primers (mainly due to climate, I think), and have been using the Reaper brush-on primer for a while now. He said if I wanted to not spray, I could use Gesso and dip my miniatures in to prime quickly. Brush on primer will be available where the rest of the paint lines are sold. Clear editor. argument, I get that. Unless you’re painting Reaper Bones. Shake up and apply with older brush or cheap brush. 1) I see many people use the Vallejo brush on primer, but I could not figure out which one is right. I thin it slightly (like 4 parts primer to 1 part water or so) and do 2-3 coats. Gesso is a white acrylic paint thickened with chalk and used to prime canvases and boards before painting. It seems to cost about the same as a rattle can. 3. Air slowly escapes from plastic bottles, so as it ages might. I usually just blow on the bubbles. Put that energy instead to painting your models. You can spray more minis more quickly than you can brush prime. 3. As for the colors, darker primer will generate give you darker results when painting and doing light colors over it will likely require several coats. Let the Primer Cure for One Day or More Before Painting Primer is touch dry in minutes, but takes minimum 24 hours to cure to full sturdiness. I am thinning the reaper primer a little; about 5:1 primer/water and it goes on very nice. 5. Thin your brush on primer slightly with water. Paste as plain text instead, × I have got best results from the vallejo and reaper. I sooooo much want to echo this as it's great advice. - With thin coats, yeah I can see a difference BUT I've rarely been happy with my color choices and application on the 1st try (sometimes even the 2nd or 3rd) so the layers quickly become opaque enough that effect is gone. Then you can in theory skip the 'basecoat' and go straight on to highlighting/shading/whatever, and only apply basecoats on those areas that needs to be a differnt colour.   Your previous content has been restored. It was recommended by a patron at the local game store. argument, I get that. A great part of my interest in painting is the super attention to details and on these plastic mini's there are so many fine details I worry that I will lose them if I prime, base coat, and paint more. However, for multiple figures, spray primer tends to be much faster. I am not certain of this and I saw some results that were not convincing but perhaps they were just not good painters or only cared about painting enough to play a game. The Reaper MSP – Core Colors Set #1 Comes in a really useful and large carry case. I see the Vallejo is 60ml's so that would be almost 4 reaper bottles. With that said, knowing me, I would have ignored it completely and continued to obsess and overthink. Spray primer is a bit sturdier than brush-on. A couple of questions to those who tried the white, black, gray, etc. It is designed to be thick and to fill gaps. It does shrink as it dries and I don't think I am losing detail but again I am concerned. I have tried wet blending the 3 primer colors with a really good zenithal priming but like I said about my layers become opaque eventually so it wasn't worth the extra effort for me. Color. I am sad with the slightly gritty results I received with the spray primer. 2) Do I need to use an airbrush to use it or can I use a normal brush? (Edge of the hood, finger tips on one hand.) If I were doing a lot of figures at a time, it might be worth it to buy a cheap airbrush. I would also agree with Doug Sundseth about the opacity, it is nothing a solid base coat can't fix. All rights reserved. When I use brush on (which is my primary way to prime) I treat it much like regular paint. If the part is supposed to be black, then yes, you want it to cover completely. Sometimes I do a full third, sometimes I just do touch-ups on a few spots that might look like they need it (outlying bits most likely to get wear and tear from rubbing). You do want to use an old brush because you'll beat the brush up pretty good. I use around a 3:1 white to gray mixture. While some people prefer the brush on method for more control, other people find it tedious and unnecessarily time-consuming. Has anybody used this and if so, what are your impressions vs. spray types? For a good tutorial on brush on, check out Ghools Painting Tips. As the flood of new minis hasn't occurred yet, I've settled upon Reaper's Orc Spearmen (#77003). Clear editor. Try it straight up and if you think it is too thick, dip it and try again, but I think you will not need to do that. 4) Do people see great difference in the brush on primer vs the spray primer? Fresh Reaper primer usually doesn't need much thinning. Let's leave one unprimed, prime one black (Krylon Flat Black Enamel), and one gray (Krylon Automotive Primer). Unless you’re painting Reaper Bones. Our Learn to Paint Kits include everything you need to get started in the hobby: Three figures, a selection of our industry-leading Master Series Paints, two high-quality brushes, a reusable hard-shell carrying case and an instruction booklet written by award-winning professional industry painter, Rhonda Bender. Also, I have heard much about priming with something called Gesso. By I am not certain of this and I saw some results that were not convincing but perhaps they were just not good painters or only cared about painting enough to play a game. Sometimes it has more of a dark grey look when watered down (which I don't recommend). 2. Powered by Invision Community. Free delivery for many products! This is caveat emptor. I usually give a fully primed and dry mini a visual once over wearing my magnifier, and rub off the bumps before beginning to paint.   You cannot paste images directly. An easy test to use is put out a few drops. After that the techniques look pretty similar to what you're used to, but with bigger brushes because most little old ladies are not stanky Canadian goblins that use a size 0 brush for everything (presumably because that's as high as goblins can count). Reaper Miniatures Master Series Paints – Core Colors Set #1 – Unboxing Reaper Miniatures Master Series Paints – Core Colors Set #1 – Carry Case. - I prefer light gray. I've used the Vallejo brush-on primer, with slightly mixed results. Click here to find a paint conversion chart for Reaper Master 9108 Brush-on Primer. Basically you're looking for thin enough to not add any texture to the figure or fill in details, but thick enough to only need 1-2 coats. I let it dry a few seconds, then take a clean brush and wick out any primer pooling in the crevices. A complete guide for utilizing brush primer on your miniatures. I see so many different opinions on how to properly do the priming and I just am confused and obsessing a bit. i.e. When I use brush-on primer I paint straight from the bottle. But that was made to photograph models and smaller products. Reply to this topic; Start new topic; Prev; 1; 2; 3; Next; Page 2 of 3 . The black primer is great, but it leaves you with a lot more layering to do on a "light-colored" model. Only 2 Left! $2.40. *Classical Renaissance gesso was made from rabbitskin glue and chalk dust. × If it isn't too hot and humid (so like early in the morning or late at night on a non-rainy day), you can sometimes get away with spraying the figure outside, and then immediately bring it inside to cure. If the paint is properly thinned they should be easy to pop like this. Note - Due to differences in. If you have 'fuzzy' primer, you can scrub it with a toothbrush, or even I've heard, a brass brush, and it'll get some of the fuzz off. Product description. I also live in a humid climate. Only 1 Left! Brush on primer- shake it up well and apply all over the figure with older or cheap brush. I've used the Vallejo brush-on primer, with slightly mixed results. Specialising in Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40k. It wears out brushes very quickly and most brands have a rough texture a little like microscopic sandpaper when dry. I let that coat dry, then do a second in the same fashion. Reaper Brush-on Primer: high quality and smelly, dries within a few hours 2. Black primer for dark colors, white primer for bright ones. I am now only going to use brush on primer as I think it works better for me and my environment, the miniature I primed with spray primer I stripped and re-primed with the reaper brush on primer and the results were much better I think than spray. While I like using a white primer for most things, I'd love it if Reaper also did a black brush-on. This is part of the reason I strip so many times.   Pasted as rich text. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Of course, I've noticed this about a lot of brush on primers. - Does it have a noticeable impact on the vibrancy of the base coat? These high quality brushes are made of Taklon synthetic fibre and are optimised for painting miniature figures. I only apply it with a paintbrush and I love it. quite a bit. Be aware you can paint any mini without priming first, but I highly suggest that you do not try! I don't recommend (acrylic)* gesso for priming miniatures. tabascojunkie 13 tabascojunkie 13 Bruce Almighty; Members; 13 1928 posts; Location: I'm standing next to a mountain, chop it down with the edge of my hand. If you use white primer (I use Vallejo) you will find that a wash with just enough body to it where when you brush it on the mini, one coat, on top of metal turns it gray, is enough primer. The less you obsess and overthink, and the more you do, you'll come to realize that just jumping into it and getting covered in paint is the best way to learn. I wanted to prime something tonight and it's all rainy here in the Land of Gar so I used my Pro-Paint brush on. Whether you need to thin it will depend on the brand and age of the bottle. This website has model paint conversation charts for paints from different model hobby paints manufacturers for any scale models or miniatures. I slop it on and I just recently emptied my first bottle of it. Free shipping for many products! "Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." I am resurrecting this question again. If the 'wake' behind the brush fills in immediately and you don't see any brush marks when you make a small test stroke, it's thin enough. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. × . There's a thread here with links to all of them, one of which is on brush on priming. Also cheaper. The Reaper Master Series includes a brush on primer, and most paint lines (Vallejo, Floquil, Tamiya) also have a brush on primer. I also found Reaper brush-on primer to be VERY tacky multiple times even if I wash the Bones minis beforehand. Reaper paints are water based paints and are used to paint all forms of miniatures, terrain, scenery, and many other applications. Use a large, flat headed brush and coat in thin layers. More directly, I've heard a few people use gesso to prime, but I'm not sure if it works as well as primer for miniatures (since it's usually used on canvas/paper/board, all porous). Minimize how much you touch the mini before priming and while painting by attaching it to some kind of handle, and that will also help minimize rub-off and increase primer and paint sturdiness. You would be surprised how long that little bottle of primer will last. I often use thinned primer over sprayed on primer to give me a smooth base to start with. My experience with Reaper Black Primer is that it does cover very well, especially when compared to say GW black primer. 1. There's a problem right there, which I forgot, and we'll discuss in a minute. We prefer sprayable primers, as the process doesn’t need to be super-accurate, and spraying is much faster. I don't recommend dipping minis either. It is still off-gassing fumes, so you might want to avoid this for health reasons, but in terms of getting a smooth primer coat, it can sometimes work. This is caveat emptor. PRIMER Let's start with three identical Bones figures. For those that use the reaper primer, do you think it lasts a long while? Reaper Master Series brush on primer. I tried to do more thinned coating but it did not work well and the cover was not solid or opaque. Part of me wishes that someone had given me that advice when I first started. $2.40. As long as you have a surface on which your paint will stick, you have primed your model properly. I don't think I have enough to prime Marthrangul with. or larger bottles. I'm in the camp that loves the Badger Stynylrez primer. Copyright © Reaper Miniatures The white and gray primers have been hit-or-miss. 4. 2. Gesso is too thick for that and is likely to make them look like toothpaste. Vallejo might be a thicker product. Not as efficient as spray priming but I only prime around 3 or 4 figures at the most in one go anyway. Shop Reaper Master Series Paint: Brush-on Primer at Miniature Market. I finished out a bottle of primer recently, and poured the new tub I bought into a dropper style bottle (not as fancy a one as for the paints, just a cheap one I picked up at an art store), and as this minimizes air contact, I've had much less crunchiness problems. 4 years ago. I'll dab a bit on a papertowel or my pallete until I've got the excess paint off then apply it where I need, especially in the hair, face, and any heavily detailed area such as chain armor. So I tried this out on my first Bones mini: It was more annoying to thoroughly clean it out than to prime by hand. If I'm just doing a single small piece, I'll use reaper brush-on primer for metal, and one of the Reaper liners for Bones. No Prep Metal Paints also work well and come in many colors, but they take a while to cure. At first you will be tempted to scrub the miniature like the miniature was your teeth and your brush was your toothbrush, the primer is toothpaste and the mold release is plaque. Until I was browsing and say that reaper has brush on primer. A Reaper Miniatures 08504 #1 Medium Brush. Paste as plain text instead, × Economic concerns as paramount though! I find it easier to identify where the shadows go now anyway. Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service. I think that it is not terrible but I also am a bit of a perfectionist and I want all my minis to look as spectacular as I can make them. Brush-on primer. In general, I wouldn't worry about the opacity of the primer. Perfect for scale models, miniatures and more. I do not think the reaper line of primers are available at the game store but I know that the local craft store has the Vallejo primer. × Excellent for thinned paint applications like layering, washes and glazes•Smooth and fluid right out of the bottle means less thinning required•Enhanced flow properties make painting small details easier•216 colors, including liners, inks, washes, primers, sealers, and … 08508: 10/0 Super Detail Brush. Reaper claims that Bones need not be primed. I will not do that again. I use a cheap synthetic brush for priming and base coating models. You can post now and register later. I'd wager that dipping a mini in it would obscure a lot of detail, though. Brush on sealer - is a semi-gloss varnish. Reply to this topic; Start new topic; Recommended Posts. If you see brush strokes or the wake fills in slowly, you'll need to thin it. Dip/brush the figure with isopropyl alcohol, or scrub with dish soap and a toothbrush and then rinse thoroughly. Keeping the brush a lil wet works fir for this. They have great coverage and I can usually bring it up quite a bit from black with one coat, before doing my base coat. I always prime each mini with 3 colors; black > grey > white as it helps me determine the lighting and highlights, so I'd like actually like to see the addition of grey and black primers in BIG bottles. If you keep it thin you won't loose any details to the slightly larger pigment...though I'm sure the ones made by Reaper/Vallejo allow for much better coverage with less thinning. Gesso. I think you can also 'harden' up the primer a bit by running a hair dryer over the mini for a bit. Don't worry so much about it. I usually use a flat brush, and apply the thinned primer fairly liberally to a half or quadrant of the mini at a time, spreading it out to a thin coat. Now it is solid and you cannot see the plastic beneath it at all. A little bit will go a long way, and don't worry about having to do more than one layer. The black primer is great, but it leaves you with a lot more layering to do on a "light-colored" model. The problem I have had with the brush-on primer is that it gets a little crunchy on the lid and top of the bottle, which results in small lumps (and sometimes some rather large lumps). I'm standing next to a mountain, chop it down with the edge of my hand.   Your previous content has been restored. Allow each layer to dry before applying another coat. I have now purchased black reaper brush primer and I am very pleased (i wandered into a store while on a trip and there it was...it was fate I am certain!) Also known as Texas. So I know the whole "Reaper bones don't need primer!" I really like this stuff for plastics. Hopefully that gives a little insight into the process I’m using when I do a grayscale underpainting in primer. By tabascojunkie, January 28, 2005 in Tips & Advice: Painting. Prime the Figure (Except Reaper Bones) Whether you use aerosol primers, brush-on, or airbrush, you need to use a primer. ... Reaper Miniatures 9107 Brush-On Sealer 4.6 out of 5 stars 6. watching you paint. The Citadel Paint Contrast Spray is about $25 online and more in stores. × Run your brush through it, and paint a small stroke. jah-joshua. So, back to Reaper Bones minis and why I'm even writing this blog post in the first place! Baldur8762, September 14, 2016 in Tips & Advice: Painting. He said if I wanted to not spray, I could use Gesso and dip my miniatures in to prime quickly. For myself, I prefer a gray primer, so if I have to prime in a dark color like black (or any of the current Reaper liners for Bones), I'll try to get a very thin coat so I can still see details. The whole wicking out from the crevices thing might seem like a pain in the butt, but it doesn't take that long and keeps the primer from filling in details, while ensuring a nice even coat. 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