As a general tip pressurised materials get cold under compression (it's how your fridge works) and that same cold makes the paint thicker. After you've shaken your can run it under the hot tap (not a kettle) and you will expand the gas get higher pressure and make it last longer as it will take longer to cool.
Army Painter sprays are pretty great but I don't seem to be able to get hold of any at the moment. Lots of places saying they don't stock them. I should probably look into ordering direct when I finally have some money to spend.
Graham at simple miniatures has all of the colours available
When I last asked him he said he wasn't stocking them. Then again that was when he was last down at the club so perhaps times have changed. I'm pretty sure he used to stock them then he said he wasn't stocking them any more. it's hard to keep track of all these changes some times .
The Army Painter sprays do spray on quite thick but then they dry thinner. That's helpful as it allows you to make sure you fill in all the gaps and don't have to couht up as much afterwards as you would with a Citadel spray can. They also dry in about half the time and you don't need to shake them for 90 seconds before use (more like 30). Those two facts alone make them much better.
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