Like it says. You spend a fortune in time and money to collect and paint your army. Put some effort into the bases your army stands upon. It always seems that the basing falls into a last half assed effort or no effort at all. If your not creative, cheat. Someone more skilled than yourself has done all the work for you.
Lego is all about some pictures. So here it is. Follow the pictures and have at it! But be smart, there is a part one and two to this.
|Look close and you can see dried up bits and clotting type action going on.|
|The cure. My cure is two steel 6mm balls and a mixture of floor wax and water. First clean the tip out. Next drop the balls in and add the mix and shake.|
|2nd layer to color match the circles. Only add water to the foundation paint. The red leather is already transparent.|
|Dudes' circles color matched|
|Now you hate right! You dip your shit? Yeah I do. And you should too. This shit makes your minis near indestructible. Barring stomping on them, they will never chip or break, ever.|
I don't just throw the bums into the can and then shake them. Don't do it, it is FUBAR. I got me a fancy artist brush and brush the stuff on. Then I go back, using the same brush and soak up the pools and add/remove the dip from different areas.
Let them dry for 24hrs. You will know when they are slick but no longer tacky. Don't spray them if they are tacky. They have a high chance of clouding and the colors will change. Once dry use a flat matte spray. I hit them twice with it.