Evening all ,as the title says it's a paint review .I have used a few various paints and paint systems over the years and all have good and bad points depending on what your expectations are .I specifically need water based low voc paints due to my air brush space and ventilation set up . So my stocks was running low and I told Mick I will give his system a go ,as per usual Mick was very helpful and got my products to me quickly. I purchased the 1oz pallet set with colour wheels which I think is great value when you look at the competition,along with extra clear base and reducer . I used my H&S airbrushes and ran at 25psi using both my 0.4 and 0.15 needle set ups . I found straight from the bottle the pigments to be nice and clean and appear well filtered with a pleasant smell ,bit like my old Lechler wb automotive paint system. Ok so how did it spray , from the bottle I had great coverage and the tip dry with black and white was no worse than anything else I have used .It was easy to pull clean black hairlines . I tried mixing the colours as per the supplied colour wheels and found these to work a treat but don't get carried away with adding black or white or as with any other you can get a muddy mix . I thought I would take a beginners approach and start with the normal excersise sheets to get my hand in and again the operatin was smoother than I expected straight from the bottle .I do however prefer a bit of a buffer or safety net so did a 50/50 mix with base clear to create a semi opaque .I found this to work well and allowed me more chances to repair any errors where I'd overdone my trigger a few times . The drying times again seem ok but obviously not as quick as a solvent .I tend not to use reducer that often but did a little test with Mick's system to see if it would be helpful for me ,my findings are that it would and even 1 drop to my mix really did increase my atomisation of the paint at the psi I prefer to use . I did add a lot more to see how far I got before spiders appeared all over the page . My conclusion is that this paint can be manipulated to suit your needs and equipment ,you can pull fine lines or Shakey fine lines in my case lol . I found it to cope well as a semi opaque and even as a an over thinned wash .It mixed well and as it's not like p water out of the bottle gives you the option to set your own viscosity level to suit your needs . Pricing and availability are another plus for me as I tend to get everything from Mick nowadays ( no I,m not on commission or a promise lol ) . Something that's often missed is the how messy some bottles are to use ,or wether you get 1 drop or 7 at a time ,no problem here they work just fine . I did try some erasing and blade techniques on a practice sheet of card and to be fair worked as good as others I have used ,I will however try on some synthetic paper as soon as I get some more . Overall I'm pretty happy with this paint so now it's time to start a full project and report back to you all when it's done and post some pics .