Long time, no write. And some Fail cast insight
So first of all - this little place got somehow pushed aside, but mainly due to the fact, that after I finished repainting my Inquisitor / Witch Hunter I got back to military modelling, which ended up in me having a whole shelf of models to make.
My work pace however didn’t change that much, so there was a silence in my mini painting. They are still in my box, waiting to be made though and one of them is currently being made ;)
Thus said, main course - my insight into Citadel Finecast (yay, I managed to spell this correctly, though Fail-cast is closer to reality ;) ).
Citadel Paint Station + Pot + Mat review
I know it might be quite unusual to write a review here - especially non kit review, but I’ve got a feeling, that there’s a lack of more in depth information about certain Citadel products, so in fact it sometimes may lead to a blind buying. I’m a little tired of all the promotional stuff rewritten on many pages, which simply - exposes only good sides of the product, while it naturally (all in all, that’s what promotional text is for) omits eventual drawbacks, lacks etc.
So, I bought myself a nice set of a Citadel Paint Station complete with cutting mat and a water pot. Having fiddled with them a bit, here’s quite detailed description of what’s this stuff all about. Read on and have fun!