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Went to paint some Vikings the other night and the next day the paint looked like an eddshell on the figure.  It is Tudor paint albeit a bit old, but the paint looks and felt good when applied, anyone with thoughts on why this happened.


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Was the purple wet when you applied the white?

If yes then I would guess that is the problem. If no, then I would guess the white paint was too thin. A vigorous shaking may help the white paint hold its shape.

Enjoy the Journey.   T43.   🏈♾️

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