So, below is some pictures of my first attempt with two different methods: Zenithal priming and the Army Painter's Speed Paints. I have mixed feelings all the way around about this. I am sure it is more of the painter's failures versus the methods and materials used.
The figure used is a North Star's hobgoblin that I got for free when I pre-ordered the Wave 1 Silver Bayonet figures. I decided to go with a green skin versus pink skin. The skin is Army Painter's Speed Paint Malignant Green. I also used the Army Painter's Black & White spray paint for the Zenithal priming. The painting holder that I using is from Game Envy.
At first, it looked pretty good in my low light of my room as I don't have any bright lights to paint by. In picture #3, is where I noticed that white paint showing through and some of the rough texture of the surface. I as thinking that maybe the spray paint was not coming out of the can smoothly.
That is when I took it outside to take pictures...well, I really don't know if it is just me or has others been getting the same effect with the methods and Speed Paints.