Sunday, April 6, 2014

Plastic Soldier Army Spray

I'm off tomorrow for a couple of days bivouacking in the rain and leeches with Army Cadets, but I did manage to make some progress this weekend with my British forces for Battlegroup Fall of the Reich. With everything assembled I gave the horde a spray of white primer, then tried out the new British Armour Army Spray from Plastic Soldier Company. I must say I was very pleased with the result. The paint seems a little more viscous than other sprays, and I think it would be unforgiving if you tried to spray on too much at once. A couple of lighter coats is definitely called for.

The finish and colour is really nice - and it's great to see all that plastic, resin and metal looking green.


  1. Good Luck with the hiking etc. Looks good on the British reinforcements


  2. Great way to get the whole lot painted fast! I do like the use of sprays but wonder about the new spray weathering stuff, are you going to try this too Alan? Hope the hike was fun. Cheers Chris

    1. Hi Chris,
      No, I don't really like the look of the weathering sprays, and don't really need them if I stick to my regular system of giving the vehicles a coat of decaking stain.


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