Nurglings, Nurgle, and You: A Review of Games Workshop Citadel Dry Paint Nu

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Ahoy, fellow Warhammer enthusiasts! It's your boy Henry from Minis Gamer, back with another expert review. Today, I want to talk about Games Workshop Citadel Dry Paint Nurgling Green. Now, I know what you're thinking - "Henry, why are we talking about paint? We want to kill some heretics!" But trust me, my friends, this paint is gonna change the game for you.

First off, let's talk about the consistency. The thicker formula makes it perfect for drybrushing, which is great for those tiny details that can be a pain to paint. And let's face it, with all the different factions and armies out there, we don't have time to fuss over every little thing. This paint will help you get your models looking battle-ready in no time.

Another thing I love about this paint is the color. Nurgling Green is the perfect shade for Nurgle followers, but it can also be used for other factions like Tzeentch or the Eldar. It has a nice, matte finish that looks great on plastic, metal, and resin miniatures. Plus, the water-based formula means it's easy to clean up and non-toxic (which is great for those of us who accidentally get paint on our hands).

Now, I know what you're thinking - "Henry, enough with the gushing. What are the pros and cons?" Well, my friends, here they are:

- Perfect consistency for drybrushing
- Great color for Nurgle and other factions
- Non-toxic, water-based formula

- Only comes in one size (12ml)
- Might not be the best choice for those who prefer a shiny finish

Overall, I highly recommend Games Workshop Citadel Dry Paint Nurgling Green. It's a great addition to any painter's collection, and it will definitely make your models look even more amazing. So grab a pot and get painting, my friends!

Bottom Line: If you're looking for a paint that's perfect for drybrushing and has a great matte finish, Games Workshop Citadel Dry Paint Nurgling Green is the way to go. It's versatile, non-toxic, and easy to use. I give it a solid 8/10!

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