Saturday, 3 November 2018

Back to the Brushes 202

After over twenty years service the faithful paint pot finally gives in and dries up.


Never been a colour to see extensive use however; always useful when painting armour and metallics in general.

Now to try Foundry 35C Spearpoint. How will it compare and will it last the next twenty years?

Cheers for now.

6 comments:

Jonathan Freitag said...

Twenty years is a long time for a pot of paint. I have a bunch of Poly S and Poly Scale that still see use after 20+ years.

Fred Jackson said...

I know how you feel. I laid to rest a skin tone, bronzed flesh I think (palest flesh colour ever) from the original citadel colour range (the round pots). Somewhere there are a few others that have been decanted into droppers. A sad day.

Martin Cooke said...

still got mine and still use it, only a bit left now. It is easily the best of all the silvers

DeanM said...

Ancient! Lol! I had some bufferable Gunze Sangyo stuff a while back when I did large resin figures. I hadn't touch them in a few years and when I checked an almost brand new bottle had dried up. Alas, use them while you can. :)

caveadsum1471 said...

I'm pretty sure they're not made in the UK anymore,I'm still ecking out a pot of elf flesh that I've had forever!
Best Iain

Francis Lee said...

Some colours are irreplaceable!