Turbo Dork - True Metals

Turbo Dork - True Metals

$10.00Price

Brand new paints with a brand new attitude. These paints will make the next D&D mini, Nerdy Viking resin mini, boardgame or warhammer set stand out and shine.

Colour

Formulated for airbrush use, but may also be hand brushed

 

Two Cents

A penny for my thoughts? Nah, just let me give you my 2¢.

A rich, coppery true metallic, just don't try to spend it.

 

Cartridge Family

Shirley, Keith, Laurie, Danny, Chris, Tracy… err wait... you said Cartridge, not Partridge...

The darkest of the true metallic golds, some might even say it's a bronze.

 

Bullion

We aren’t talking about making soup here, just pure liquid gold.

Stock up on the real deal. An expensive looking mid-range true metallic gold. 

 

Gold Rush

There’s gold in them thar hills, as well as in this paint pot.

This is a bright, true metallic, that is the color of a pure gold nugget.  

 

Tin Star

I doubt that Robin Hood’s nemesis ever wore a tin badge; but Bullock, Longmire, and Woody sure did.

A pale, silvery true metallic that is almost chrome on large surfaces.

 

Silver Fox

If a gentleman with good looks and grey hair is known as a silver fox, then is such a man without hair known as a bald eagle?

A mid-range true metallic silver, guaranteed not to tarnish your good looks.

 

Six Shooter

It is the silver in the bullets that counts against a werewolf, not how many the gun can hold.

Dark, almost black, cool grey. This is the darkest of the silvery true metallics.

 

Shifting Sands

Like standing in the desert and watching the sands shift around you. No way out but forward.

Shifting Sands displays shades of yellow-gold with hints of brown.

 

Molten Mantle

Deep below the earth when the rock phase shifts from solid to liquid.

This is part of the Earthly Pleasures set developed with muted and natural tones in mind. Molten Mantle shows off a slow shift from deep purple through red and orange to yellow.

 

Forrest Flux

"My mama always said ‘Life is like a box of chocolate. You never know what you’re gonna get."

In this box of chocolates you get a view of looking high up into the leafy canopy with just a hint of the sky peaking through with shades of green, blue, and purple. It is also makes for a beautiful beetle shell effect.

 

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