Not in the slightest. I was merely pointing out you can get decent result without watering it down and therefore can paint the figures faster. I agree that watered down paints give better results but the simple fact that you have to lay down several coats of each layer means it takes longer. It depends on your priority: the best looking models or a painted set in the shortest possible time.
Also, I only included that last bit in brackets to indicate that I'm happy with the results of my minis doing it this way but they aren't the first ones I've ever painted.
With regard to watering down your paints do you transfer them to another container or mix in the water in situ?
#5282840, By epic_wanderer Space Hulk: a guilty pleasure returns!
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