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A very realistic dark rust tone, perfect for creating rust effects found on various types of metal, such as exhaust pipes … For best resuIts we recommended using it in combination with other shades of rust to achieve highly realistic finishes.
An ideal colour for creating variations in tone on models that have been painted in light colours. Once applied, the subtle effects reveal a very realistic finish.
Shades of brown are amongst the most frequently used shades for modelling effects. A few of the most common uses are weathering details around tracks, wheels, landing gear bays, ground, soil and dirty, the list is nearly endless …
A classic colour for achieving a multitude of effects; use it together with other colours. Light brown and cream tones are perfect for weathering models painted in either dark or light colours.
A special colour, ideal for creating subtle ground effects. Colours that mimic these effects can be used in any segment of modelling making them very popular. A basic weathering colour used on the lower surfaces of vehicles; or any surface prone to the accumulation of mud and dirt. It can be used alone; however, for the most realistic finish and tonal richness we recommend combining it with other colours.
Perfect colour to develop lights and shadows or faded effects of Green colours. It also looks fantastic on green figures when looking for extra luminosity.
With this neutral gray in combination with other tones to you will be able to create lights and shadows on was ships, aircrafts, sci-fi or figures with dark uniforms. It is also suitable to create washes and filters to use over red, yellow, black or blue colours and to decorate their different areas. It is recommended to use it to enrich or degrade camouflage gray and combine with other colours. A staple colour for modelers.
Perfect for extreme weathering effects, for panel darkening and to work on very dark surfaces. It is also used to provide depth in the hidden areas and to darken other colours adding tone variation on abandoned and destroyed vehicles. Works using pure black often result in harsh and exaggerated in combination with other colours, but this colour is ideal over dark gray tones to create the shadow areas.
This colour can be used in a wide variety of situations and it is ideal for vehicles that need red priming, ship hulls, sci-fi models, for combining on figure clothing, red parts or layers, for the dotting and mapping techniques, etc.
A basic in weathering processes, adding realism to the underside of dirty vehicles when used on a subtle way. A special colour to create mud accumulation effects. It can be mixed with plaster and other colours like ABT130 Dark Mud to achieve a wide tone variety, or worked with varnishes in order to achieve humid or dry effect. Lighter mud colours are usually used over the darker tones on splashes or side areas of the splattered parts in order to simulate dry mud.
A basic in weathering processes, adding realism underneath the dirty vehicles or on snowed terrains. It is recommended to combine with ABT125 Light Mud or plaster to achieve higher richness on finishes. Darker mud colours are usually used under the lighter mud colours on splashes and the inside of the affected areas in order to simulate fresh mud.
Light Flesh Tone3,75€
An especially formulated colour to be used in the process of flesh illumination, directly or fusing it with the base and in general for figure flesh painting.
Basic Flesh Tone3,75€
A colour especially designed to be used for most types of skin colour. It is recommended to combine it with other flesh tones. The special characteristics of the oil paints will make tone transitions on figure flesh spectacular, luminous and seamless.
Sunny Flesh Tone3,75€
Especially formulated colour to be used in the illumination process on flesh. It adds a touch of extra luminosity with a toasted tinge. Colour combination provides diversity of finishes which make them look different and unique. This technique can be combined with acrylic colours.
A colour especially formulated to create subtle shadow effects over gray and green colours. It is indicated for uniforms and vehicles of that colour range, for green colour gradients or for filters applicable on vehicles.
This colour is perfect to replicate dust and sand effects on your models or scenes and also to illuminate different areas of panels. It is recommendable to use in combination with other colours to create different tones, although it can be used directly achieving very realistic results.