The Army Painter Warpaint Electric Blue (WP1113) is an acrylic paint with a light blue color in a handy 18ml. eyedropper bottle that is part of the The Army Painter Warpaints series.
The color of The Army Painter Warpaint Electric Blue (WP1113) is comparable to: New Citadel Teclis Blue; Old Citadel Lightning Bolt Blue; Vallejo Game Color Electric Blue - 72023; Vallejo Model Color Sky Blue - 70961; Instar Bright Blue; Rackham Sacred Blue (8); Reaper Master Sky Blue (9018); Coat D'arms High Elf Blue (117).
Warpaint is a liquid acrylic paint that has been specially developed to quickly paint your figures in an extensive range of colors. This light blue paint consists of many pigments, flows smoothly and has good covering power. The Warpaint system is composed so that you can quickly paint your figures in a beautiful way, so that you can get started right away. Prime, Paint, Dip and play!
Using generous amounts of heavy pigments of this light blue color provides great coverage. The warpaint adheres well to all surfaces. Once the light blue paint is protected with varnish, (Glossy or Matte) The Army Painter Warpaint can be overcoated with solvent based paints such as enamels or oil paints. With the help of the Airbrush Medium AW2001, this warpaint can also be used excellently in the airbrush. A few drops work wonders, colors can be mixed with water or any medium such as varnish to achieve the desired effect. However, we recommend using Warpaints Mixing Medium as this product retains the properties of the medium and the colors. The light blue paint can also be used as a wash or glaze using Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium or other medium.
The uniqueness of this light blue paint is that it comes in a so-called "eyedropper" jar containing 18ml. acrylic paint. The "eyedropper" (or eye dropper) ensures that the amount of paint can be dosed very easily and that the paint does not dry out so quickly. Of course it can always happen that the opening sometimes becomes a bit clogged. You can easily solve this by clearing the opening with a needle or thin cocktail stick.