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I just got my first box of True North paint in.  Haven't used it yet and know nothing about it beyond their website and a couple of telephone conversations with the company president.  I'll let you know what I think about it as I start using it.  About all I can tell you right now is that I'll be using it in my next Modelbuilding Guide ebook, I opened a couple of bottles and I like what I see, definitely thick enough to hand brush nicely, still thin enough to airbrush without being prethinned AND it isn't an acrylic.  Oh, yeah, one more thing.  The FS numbers are on the back of the label in font that's large enough to actually read.  Odd place, you say?  Well, it beats having it squeezed down to the point you need an Optivisor in order to read it on the front of the label.

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Most interesting. I'll be watching this closely as I hope to have some alternative once all the Model Master goes away. Looking forward to hearing how this works.

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Hang in there, Mark.  I know I'm running slow getting to the True North paint, but my wife's recovery from knee replacement surgery has slowed things down considerably.  Finishing an ambulance for a client and will then turn my attention to True North.

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No worries. Take your time as family comes first. I can wait.

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