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Weekly Sale- 20% OFF Minitaire AIrbrush Paint

By Rob Baer | November 7th, 2013 | Categories: Weekly Sale

Here at Spikey Bits, we keep trying to come up with more fun and, what we hope are, exciting ways for you to save on your gaming needs.

Over the last month or so we’ve featured a new sale every week on some of the top names out there in gaming, just to give you a chance to try out something new!  
This time, we are slashing prices on the hottest new paint product out there Badger’s Minitaire Airbrush Paint! Best of all, these bottles of paint are HUGE, require no mixing and go straight from the pot to airrush, and come in the fantasy and sci-fi colors we all know an love!

These paints may be one of the best, most efficient ways out there to paint your army, and bottles cost less the a normal pot of paint!

Take up to 20% off MSRP for just one week (till 11/13) on our HUGE selection of Badger Airbrush Paint!


There is no code to type in or remember our website does all the work for you! So head on over to our webstore and try out a new game, for a great deal! Happy Gaming -MBG
An Introduction to the paints

What sets these paints apart from the rest of the airbrush paints on the market? Two things, color selection, and time.

With Minitaire paints, there is absolutely no prep time, just flip the convenient squeeze top, and pour into your airbrush of choice.  No cutting, no thinning, no hassle, as these paints are ready to go straight out of the bottle!

They are 100% waterbased as well so there is very little actual cleaning to be done after each session to the airbrush itself, which is always a plus!  I would also imagine their vapors are not as bad as other airbrush paints either.

Then there is the matter of color, which blows away the competition as well.  You see the problem with the other airbrush paints is for the most part, well they are not for us wargamers.  They are made to paint tanks in German WWII camo patterns, or F-18’s like the Blue Angels, etc.

They aren’t made to paint a Plaugebearer green, or an Imperial Fists army yellow.

Well that is, until now.  Minitaire paints come in 80 amazing colors, all designed for wargames who want to paint things normal wargaming colors like pink or yellow or green for example.

What’s even better is that they were developed by with input from some of the top wargaming airbrush artists out there!


The paint line is broken down into 60 main colors which emulate key Citadel, Reaper, and P3 colors.  Then there are 16 “Ghost Tints” which are basically shades, or candies to change the tint of the work done to a model.

Last, but certainly not least, are three vanishes; Satin, Gloss, and Matte, plus a drying retarder to help achieve some amazing color transitions from both a regular bristle brush and an airbrush.

Best part is, with Minitaire, you get more than triple the amount of a normal pot of Citadel, or Vallejo paint, for about the same price!

But don’t take my word for it, see these paints in action below in my very first airbrushing tutorial video!  I took on an ordinarily difficult project for airbrush paints color wise; painting a Plaguebearer of Nurgle (actual finished product from my tutorial, opposite)!

Be a part of the painting revolution, Minitaire Airbrush Paints have been officially released by Badger, and are instock, ready to ship.  There really hasn’t been an innovation like this since Vallejo hit the market back in the early 2000’s!

Be sure to checkout all my other great airbrushing articles as well HERE. -MBG

About the Author: Rob Baer

Virginia Restless, Miniature Painter & Cat Dad. I blame LEGOs. There was something about those little-colored blocks that started it all... Twitter @catdaddymbg
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