>>64073861>So Vallejo, as in Boris?https://acrylicosvallejo.com/en/
As in the art manufacturer.>What are the advantages of primer as a spray, rather than applying with a brush?
Do you really need to be told? It's faster. 100x faster. Downsides are you need ventilation and spray cans are incredibly fickle. Sometimes you have to shake it for roughly eight days straight and keep it immersed in warm water, sometimes the slightest change in weather will completely ruin your miniature so you have to strip it and start over, or sometimes you shake an old can a little bit and spray it in the dead of winter in the freezing cold and it comes out looking perfectly fine. All of the above has happened to me.
Plus side to paint-on primer is that you don't have to get dressed and go into the garage or outside, or risk getting paint on anything you don't want to by accident. Downside is that you take a couple weeks applying several million layers just to try and get a solid, even coat on a single goblin.>Can anyone recommend inexpensive, beginner friendly minis?
GW is, believe it or not, inexpensive when you're buying a lot of fantasy miniatures at once. Sometimes. Reaper sells stuff that's cheaper than GW's individual models, which have hilarious prices between $20-40, but $3 for a PVC miniature is actually really expensive if you need a truckload of skeletons or goblins.
Not really your question, though. Your answer is eM4 miniatures.https://em4miniatures.com/collections/plastic-fantasy-miniatures
If you're American, those are .27 cents per miniature. I bought 40, and despite it shipping from the UK, it only cost just shy of $17. Shipping cost goes up the more you buy, but I legitimately have never seen miniatures cheaper than eM4's. Biggest downside is that it takes a couple weeks to get to you.