Many thanks for the replies ... is the range you show there Richard distributed by yourself ..... and do they need sealing with a varnish after application ? as i would like to try them as an option, at the moment i varnish and apply MIG powders while the varnish is wet.
I have been told by users of the Bragdons weathering powders friction fixes the powder to the surface they are applied to thus eliminating the need for a varnish over.
Nikki if you find a supplier of the Bragdons let me know please ....
*** NO, I strongly recommend against ever spraying over weathering powders - it takes away the texture that is so important.
They apply exactly the same way that any high quality ultra fine pigment should be applied - either on a plain surface, over a light spray coat of dilute arnish, mixed into a meths/water mix or whatever you prefer... Yes, ALL quality powders will adhere well to matt surfaces - the pigment is smaller than the grain of the matt paint.
I include suggested methods in each pack.
My powders are equally as fine as the Bragdon and are pure pigments, so very, very strong compared to old style weathering chalks.
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