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Looking for some Orange spray

Postby The Commissar » 06 May 2014, 16:33

any one know a place to get acrylic orange spray from thats half decent ? non of my normal places seem to do orange unless its for a car then its oil based paint, a quick search on the net was no help
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Re: Looking for some Orange spray

Postby Vraksianrebel » 06 May 2014, 18:17

I think army painted do one also worth trying is halfords do an art fx range that might have a colour that's perfect for you
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Re: Looking for some Orange spray

Postby venerabledread » 06 May 2014, 19:31

Tom has a number of army painter cans in the store. I cant recall if orange is on the shelf but they do do a massive range in comparison to GW. Failing that you can get acrylic sprays from hobbycraft I think.
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Re: Looking for some Orange spray

Postby bigbadbo » 08 May 2014, 15:17

I don't think Army Painter does an orange spray chief. Might be good to spray them red and dry brush the orange?
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Re: Looking for some Orange spray

Postby Iamthedarklord » 26 Jan 2015, 22:57

The only orange I've seen is in a local department store with the humbrol paints mate.
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Re: Looking for some Orange spray

Postby SirTainly » 27 Jan 2015, 10:45

Army Painter do Lava Orange, but don't seem to have released it as a colour primer spray yet.
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