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    For people who havent seen it.

    http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/blogPost.jsp?aId=3000001a

    Its meant to be a chance to have a look at the HM paint stations, but in reality seems to be more about flogging us the new brushes.

    Anything of interest, including any non-gw product has been hidden away and a set of unused new brushes scattered onto the pics as if they were used, even though we know HM use WN series 7 ;)

    One tiny snippet, in the top left pic you can see a squad of space wolves, but they\'ve cropped the enlargement so it doesnt show them ;)

    Found it funny myself that their doing an article on paint stations then hiding half the stuff ;)

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    theres a couple of vajello bottles behind the water pot

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    Actually if you enlarge the photo of Kieth\'s desk there is several rows of VJ\'s and some Tamaya paints in the photo :D

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    Apparently the studio painters don\'t use the new Citadel Water Pots! :]

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    Those brushes are curiously placed.

    I also note a distinct Testor\'s Brush-on Dullcote Lacquer bottle in the top right pic, in front of the GW super-glue. lol


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    Default Contrast, contrast, contrast!

    Originally posted by Shadzar
    Those brushes are curiously placed.
    Given that you\'re such a big fan of these new brushes, I\'m sure that looking at thoes pics makes you want to go out and buy a whole set of the new GW brushes hey. Just remember to either lay \'em flat in a box, or hang \'em upside down on one of those brush spring holders. This way you\'ll get the full benefit of the intelligent color coded brush handle-tip system GW have introduced. :P

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    Originally posted by laurence
    ...Just remember to either lay \'em flat in a box, or hang \'em upside down on one of those brush spring holders. This way you\'ll get the full benefit of the intelligent color coded brush handle-tip system GW have introduced. :P
    All brushes should be treated that way. Placing them brush up (handle down) in a cup lets the last bit of water in the bristles settle down in the ferrule, taking that little bit of paint along with it. Paint up in the ferrule is the enemy and death of brushes.
    As the paint dries, it expands just slightly, causing the brush hairs to separate. Ultimately resulting in an afro brush.

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