With a recent video from Midwinter Minis (who I usually enjoy) essentially reiterating Les Bursley’s medium recipe and disingeniously calling it “Midwinter Medium” without any acknowledgement or credit to Les (or that others might have done it first) I thought it appropriate to reblog this post from a couple of years ago – so apologies to those who have already seen this one….
Here’s a Wayback Machine link to Les’ original blog post, since the live one has now expired.
EVERYTHING BELOW THE LINE IS LESTER BURSLEY’S ORIGINAL CONTENT. NONE OF IT WAS WRITTEN BY MYSELF. FULL CREDIT TO LES FOR HIS WORK AND BEING WILLING TO SHARE HIS KNOWLEDGE WITH THE COMMUNITY.
This is a cut-and-paste repost of a post made by Lester Bursley on Dakka, back in 2009. Some of the links may no longer work, but all of the information therin is still relevant, and incredibly useful. While I do buy range of commercial washes from Games Workshop, P3, vallejo and others, I also make my own using Les’ recipies and based off of Les’ recipies. I also keep a bunch of dropper bottles of ready made medium – just waiting on the ink for when I need to replace or make something new.
This is why I’ve reposted this today. I actually thought I had all of Les’ notes saved, and then could not find them…
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