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Old 24-10-2012
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Pleased to let you know that the first in the range of RCS waterbased colours are now available.
Opaque black and white, key essentials to any painters arsenal.
Smooth flowing and superior atomising along with low film build.
Currently on the site in 8oz bottle only. For 2oz bottles please enquire at your local hobby shop / supplier.

http://www.rcsgraphicworx.co.uk/shop.php?more=144
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Like.

And just in time as I'm almost out of Createx white!
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I can highly recommend these, Jon kindly let me have some small samples for my thoughts on them. As most of you probably know I absolutely hate water based but these really turned things around on the last job I was working ( post in my thread ).

The white is quite possibly the best white I have ever used, normally white's are chalky and splattery, this wasn't at all, the atomisation through the brush was perfect.

Similarly the black was smooth and went through the airbrush perfectly thinning down without loss of body for shadows too.

If someone who previously was completely set on working out how to use thinners based paint on shells as much as I was can like these anyone can get on with them, highly recommended !
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^ infinitely better worded than I could ever stumble out, and completely accurate.
Easily the best water based paints I've had the pleasure of using.
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Really pleased to hear that guys, thank you.
Hopefully it shouldn't be too long before I am able to bring out some more opaques and some fluoros.
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have to agree with all that has been said above,
sprays through the airbrush a dream,smooth finish sticks and stays on the shell, yet its flexable enough not to crack or peel of weeks down the line, loving the new line jon and will be using these from here on in mate thanks again.
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I have also used the samples.

The Black is great, Good control. Better the createx. Although it does take a few more coats to achieve a block colour.
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Cheerz guys

Matt - Aye, does take an extra coat or so but hopefully the low film build and fine atomising etc make up for it
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