I stopped by the out-of-the-way hobby shop the other day, and picked up some interesting stuff:
As I've mentioned before, this shop is mostly model railroad / scale model / radio-control -oriented, so a lot of times I find some interesting stuff that I don't see at the FLGS.
I grabbed some Vallejo "Liquid Gold" metallic paint:
...this looks like it has a WAY higher metallic content than the Game Color line - I have some ideas for my Grey Knights that this might work for.
Nest, I got some Micro Mask, a liquid masking film for airbrushing:
Since I will be painting the Grey Knights entirely with the airbrush, there are some areas where I think this may come in handy...
I also got some more glue (oooh, exciting!)
...and some Testor's sanding films. I actually used to use these years ago, when I built model cars as a kid - they're kinda handy, and they last a LOT longer than regular sandpaper - once they get clogged, you can "snap" them and clear out a lot of the dust. They're also stiffer than sandpaper, so you can cut strips to get into tight places and they won't collapse immediately like paper-backed sandpaper would.
I also got a new .005 Micron pen:
...the one I was using wasn't this small, and the tip was getting kinda smushed anyway. Stay tuned for write-ups & reviews of all of the above!