It all started so well. I was getting some models finished and I needed to protect them. I picked up some Army Painter Anti-Shine and in the beginning it worked great!
But now some of the last few models (my best ones in my opinion) have turned out horrible! I've painted them to the level I desire and sprayed them with anti-shine. They seem to be scabing up almost like paint left to dry in the sun too long.
I thought this was due to humitity...so I started priming / varnishing in the basement near my de-humitifier. Still no good. I measured out the distance of 20-30 cm. Okay its about 8 inches. Still no good! So if anyone can help I'd appreciate it.
My checklist of things to try:
1) Spraying some of the anti-shine before spraying it on the model (maybe the initial spray is dry?).
2) Leaving it to dry longer (how long is long enough?).
3) Don't spray in my box (maybe this will prevent the cloud effect?).
Let me know. My Ravens need their armor looking their best and anything less is a disgrace to the Emperor!