An ingenious combination of primer and color spray in one. Save both time and money! No need for two different sprays - all you need is one Color Primer Spray for perfect results. The 400ml (14.1 Oz) army-sized aerosol can gives you plenty of spray paint to prime even a large army.
The Army Painter Color Primers Sprays’ unique formula has been designed to be used on all metal, plastic and resin miniatures. The surface finish of the Color Primer Sprays dries perfectly matt, designed for further painting with our acrylic Warpaints and Quickshades. Owing to the extra-fine pigment and special spray nozzle, the Color Primer Sprays ensure great coverage with just one layer. Quality acrylic spray primers for any Warhammer, roleplay, boardgame or Dungeons & Dragons miniature painting hobby project.
Using color primers sprays
Using The Army Painter Color Primer Sprays can save you loads of time. Don’t paint on your dominant color using a brush - spray it on instead! Ordinary primers are specifically designed to go under the paint and regular color sprays are intended to cover a primer coat. The Army Painter Color Primers are both primers and paints!
The Army Painter is all about getting your army painted and on to the tabletop, gaming! Nobody enjoys playing with or against an unpainted army. By using Color Primer Sprays in conjunction with our Quickshades, getting your army fully painted has never been easier. For your most dominant color, choose between a wide range of 23 different Color Primer Sprays, clearly marked by the color circle on top of the lid.
I am only a casual user of Army Painter colored primers, but this gray is a nice mid tone to start any project from. I bought it when I couldn't get hold of my usual "go to" grey (Vallejo). This was a bit darker, which I actually found better than the lighter gray tone Vallejo gives. The finish was also smooth enough to allow for the use of Citadel Contrast paints without any difficulty. Will I buy it over the Vallejo? The jury is still out but I am impressed enough to give Army painter a closer look for any colored priming needs that might come up (I'm looking at you unpainted pile of Space Marines....)