This is going to be very silly, BUT a lot of great ideas are silly at first, until you use them.
So I have been priming my models for ever in a card board box, cut open on one side, for easy spray access. But since I put models on corks, the spray sometimes knocks them over, or they fall.
Also, to get the whole model done quickly, I have to turn it around and touch it while the model is still wet. In short, it's not the best way to do things.
This morning I used an old plastic bag as a giant glove and held my lil' krieg guys on the corks.
It is so easy! I can't believe I didn't think of this before. 'Ere we go:
1.shake your can
2. hold your guy in your special Primer Bag
3. Spray! You can coat the model in one go, getting in all the nooks and crannies by rotating the model with your Primer Bag Glove
4. Good Result! It's done in 20 seconds, the coat is thin and everywhere and the hands stay clean.
I know you are probably all rolling your eyes at this kind of stuff, but these were posts that inpsired and helped me out back in the day and i figured it was time to do some of this tutorial stuff again. Feel free to comment with links about primer advice and I can create a follow up post with all of them in there. Important stuff!