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Different Paint Color Smells
, Your favorites and/or most hated
Member No.: 2,601
Joined: 8-November 10
So I can't be the only one who has noticed that paints from GW (and other companies as well) smell different based on color. I also doubt that I'm the only one who finds some of these to be a little more or less pleasant than others.
My favorite is Boltgun Metal. The smell itself is rather unique, but neither terribly good or bad. However, my first ever army was Iron Warriors Chaos Space Marines, and the ENTIRE thing was drybrushed with a heavy coat of Boltgun. So now every time I open up a pot I get all nostalgic.
My least favorite for years and years has been Blood Red. Stuff just smells vile to me, and somehow gets worse if you let it get a little too dried out to the point where it is sticky and clumpy (Takes about 3 days for the darn stuff to dry out on me. Stupid red!). However, now that I've started using GW washes, I think that Delvan Mud might give Blood Red a run for it's money by just smelling plain weird. And Vallejo Night Blue is also pretty gross.
So what about everyone else?
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