So far the biggest pots I've found are the MIG washes, and the army painter tones. If anyone has a suggestion for bulk washes, please leave a comment.
(I'm looking for a badab black or devlan mud equivalent)
1. Soap and water are not sufficient to clean an airbrush.
2. Do not squeeze a vallejo air dropper bottle when no paint comes out. You are going to have a BAD time.
So I couldn't get the copper to come out suddenly. Turns out there was a chunk of dried paint in the bottle. I squeezed, and it EXPLODED all over the airbrush, and my back porch. Including chunks of paint, which then jammed up the airbrush. So my copper attempts were shot down quickly, and I got kinda of a patchy coverage. Hoping some of that new weathering washes will help with that. We'll see! At least they don't look like grey plastic or primed black anymore.
The vallejo wash doesn't act like badab black, and dries very splotchy. At first this horrified me...then I realized it really helps break up the black, and gives the vehicles a really nice gritty look. (embrace mistakes!)
I'll leave you here with a photo of my painting buddy, making sure my feet are protected. I'm heading off on vacation this weekend, so there most likely won't be any posts on friday. (Maybe a quick stormtalon update thursday).
So have a good one everyone and try not to let objective cards rewarding you for handshakes get you down!