Warpaints: Anti-Shine Matt Varnish (100% match) 18ml
The Army Painter Anti Shine Matt Varnish has a unique formula designed to remove the shine of the models you have dipped with Quickshade or painted with conventional paints. Although really matt, the original formula retains all colors and never changes them, preserving at the same time the metallic shine from Plate Mail and all metallics. After applying the varnish all lines of your painted models will become deeper, the protruding details will not intrude or dominate and your miniatures will look vivid and elegant. Applied on your Warhammer figures, Dungeons and Dragons DnD miniatures, and other military wargame and boardgame models, this acrylic varnish spray will protect them and will never crack. That’s why it can be used as a matte acrylic finisher or sealer.
How to use:
1. Always test on one model first before applying on the whole army.
2. Ensure the model is clean and dry.
3. Shake the bottle vigorously for 1.5 min before using
4. Apply one or two thin layers.
5. Let the model dry and it will be ready for further painting if necessary
UNIQUE FORMULA - This anti-shine acrylic varnish has been tailored to remove the shine and glossy look of any models being dipped in Quickshade or painted with acrylic paints. Although giving a perfect matte finish, it retains the metallic shine from Plate Mail and all types of metallic acrylic paint.
GIVES AN ELEGANT AND FINISHED LOOK - This matte coat varnish will make your miniatures look finished and vivid giving the necessary depth of lines and retouching the gloss of some protruding details, protecting them at the same time. The perfect acrylic paint sealer!
WILL NOT CRACK AND CHANGE COLORS - Unlike some types of dull coat that change colors, this acrylic mat varnish preserves all colors. If applied properly, it will never crack
ACRYLIC, NONTOXIC - This Army Painter paint varnish is Acrylic-based, transparent matte and dries very quickly
APPLICATION - Always let the Quickshade dry for minimum 48 hours before using the varnish. Apply it in a thin coat. Never use it in humid conditions and cold weather. Test on a model first before applying on a whole army