Vallejo ~ New AFV Painting Systems

 Vallejo

Adding to the ever growing family of all-inclusive paint sets, Acrylicos Vallejo releases three new sets to the AFV Painting Systems and Camouflage Colors line paints.

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“Airbrush colors for graded highlights, shadows and volumes.
AFV Painting System. Consists in the application of a series of base colors in half and quarter tones, in a gradual change from one sade to another. These effects of light and shadow, contrast and volume, will give the scale model an authentic and realistic appearance.”

Acrylicos Vallejo Website – http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/en_US/products

NATO Armour Colors – Art. 78.413

AFV Camouflage Colors

 

Contents

  • Primer NATO Green
  • NATO Light
  • NATO Brown
  • Burnt Umber
  • NATO Black
  • Dark Grey Blue

The NATO Armor Colors is an all inclusive AFV Camouflage Colors paint set.  This set contains 6 x 17ml bottles of Vallejo’s Model Air paint that can be used to create the three tone NATO camouflage scheme.  The two colors for each of the three color tones in this set allow for the slight tonal shifting or fading that happens naturally with weathered paint.

 

US Vietnam Olive Drab – Art. 78.412

AFV Painting Systems

Contents

  • US Olive Drab
  • Olive Drab
  • Bright
  • Sand
  • Russian Green
  • Camouflage Pale Brown

This AFV Painting System, presented in collaboration with Joaquín García Gázquez, consists in the application of a series of base colors in half and quarter tones, in a gradual change from one shade to another. These effects of light and shadow, contrast and volume, will give the scale model an authentic and realistic appearance. See also our Weathering Set for Green Vehicles (Ref.78.406).

 

German Camouflage 1943/1944

AFV Camouflage Colors

Contents

  • Dunkelgelb
  • Light
  • Olivgrun
  • Camouflage Light Green
  • Rotbraun
  • Burnt Umber

The German Camouflage 1943/1944 set is part of the AFV Camouflage Color series of paint sets from Vallejo.  This set contains 6 x 17ml bottles of Vallejo’s Model Air paint that can be used to create the three tone German camouflage scheme as seen in WWII during the 1943 to 1944 time period.  There is two colors that aid in making up each of the three colors in the scheme.  This allows for proper shifting of tones that is seen naturally with weathered paint.

Vallejo

http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/en_US/model-air/family/17

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