Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Stripping

Hello. I am Simon Quinlank, the lord choice of all hobby armies. Welcome to my world of hobby game hobbies.

What you will need for this week's hobby:

What you will need for this week's hobby


  • Some badly painted metal miniatures

  • Nitomors Paint & Varnish Remover

  • An empty glass jar

  • A toothbrush

  • A flask of weak lemon drink

  • A metal fork


This hobby is a good hobby for people who like taking old models with rubbish paintjobs and making them new and shiny so you can repaint them in a way of your chosing. This hobby is called The Stripping Painted Models with Paint Stripper to Make them Unpainted Models Hobby.

How to do this week's hobby.

Take the painted models and place them in the glass jar. Drizzle the Nitromors on top. It is dangerous stuff, and what the Devil drinks instead of weak lemon drink.

Drizzling Nitromors, the weak lemon drink of the devil

Leave them there for twenty minutes with the lid on. It is now time for your weak lemon drink. You can watch as the paint suffuses the stripping fluid with its pigments and the paint wrinkles up. Hahahaha! Look at this Blue Horror stare up from the acid as he fails to comprehend what goes on.

Drizzling Nitromors, the weak lemon drink of the devil

After twenty minutes (or longer depending on how patient you are) fish the models out with the fork over a sink. Dangle them there, and pretend the model is painted with a very thick varnish.

Yum!

Do not run them under a hot tap as the heat will make the stripping fluid all hot and airborn and dissolve your nostrils if you choose to breathe in. Instead, run them under the cold tap and brush off the residue with your toothbrush.


See, geeks do use hygiene products

You can use gloves, but if you have mighty hobby fingers like me they are impervious to acid and you can shrug off the chemical burns. Wimps like Neil Petark have to use gloves, and even goggles to protect their girly eyes.

Naked horror

When the models are all stripped you can put the lid back on the jar and keep the Nitromors for next time. With practice you could will become better at this hobby. But do not think you will ever be better than me. I am the latest army book to be released in all hobbies and therefore the most powerful. I have stripped 27 Tzeentch Daemons with my Stripping Painted Models with Paint Stripper to Make Them Unpainted Models Hobby.

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Posted by Curis at 8:31 pm

3 Comments:

At Tuesday, 27 October 2009 at 18:50:00 GMT , Blogger Von said...

Wonderful stuff, NitroMors. I've just finished faffing about with some myself and it was refreshingly swift compared to the mank I've been using before. Wish I had your Mighty Hobby Fingers, though. Mine are girlish and fair and have a tendency to wilt and flutter if the stuff gets near them...

 
At Wednesday, 28 October 2009 at 11:32:00 GMT , Blogger Chris said...

Well, as a not too sensible hint, if you keep an alkaline-based soap to hand if you feel any burning sensations you can soap them up, and the acid is neutralised. It makes a salt and a base if my GCSE chemistry knowledge is correct.

 
At Thursday, 8 April 2010 at 21:14:00 BST , OpenID spy_smasher said...

You must be some kind of Dark Hobby God, making me laugh, as you did, from the Distant Past.

 

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