AMMO USA News #5 – New Releases October: The Weathering Magazine issue 9, new washable colors and more

 

 

New Releases October 2014

We are pleased to introduce to you our brand new releases after the summer, including a new issue of The Weathering Magazine, this time with the focus on K.O. vehicles.
Also we join into a new market for us –base colors for jet aircrafts- and we continue to expand our range with new washable paints, Russian colors, etc.

AMMO of Mig Jimenez
The ammunition for modelling

A.MIG-7200
IAF DESERT COLORS $15.00

First range of high quality paints with FEDERAL STANDARD references for aircrafts. This pack of 4 colors includes the three camouflage colors for most of Israeli fighters and the color for lower parts, a characteristic gray. The colors are based on FEDERAL STANDARD references and colors are accurate. All products are acrylic and are formulated for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush. Water soluble, odorless and non-toxic. Shake well before each use. Each jar includes a stainless steel agitator to facilitate mixture. We recommend A.MIG-2000 Acrylic Thinner for a correct thinning. Dries completely in 24 hours.
A.MIG-105
WASHABLE DUST (RAL 8000) $3.75

During World War II some armies used improvised paints to camouflage vehicles on some fronts, as in North Africa and the Eastern Front. These colors were made by mixing local earth with a binder such as oil, gasoline and other products for application on vehicles. These paints tended to wear rapidly due to its poor quality and gave the car a very characteristic appearance. Rain or use of the vehicle was eroding and wearing this paint progressively. That color is represented with this product and produces exactly the same effects as the real color and may gradually wear it with a brush and water to represent the effects of vehicles of that era. Use this color to camouflage the German Army in Africa (DAK) or German “Early” vehicles in central Europe or Russian.
A.MIG-106
WASHABLE SAND (RAL 8020) $3.75

During World War II some armies used improvised paints to camouflage vehicles on some fronts, as in North Africa and the Eastern Front. These colors were made by mixing local earth with a binder such as oil, gasoline and other products for application on vehicles. These paints tended to wear rapidly due to its poor quality and gave the car a very characteristic appearance. Rain or use of the vehicle was eroding and wearing this paint progressively. That color is represented with this product and produces exactly the same effects as the real color and may gradually wear it with a brush and water to represent the effects of vehicles of that era. Use this color to camouflage the German Army in Africa (DAK) or German “Early” vehicles in central Europe or Russian.
A.MIG-083
XB-518 ZASHCHITNIY ZELENO (RUSSIAN POSTWAR GREEN) $3.75

Specific XB-518 (khaki) color for Russian army. This was the Standard Basic color used by Soviet
Union between 1956 to 80’s but very common until today. Many armies of Russian satellite countries also have used it. All products are acrylic and are formulated for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush. Water
soluble, odorless and non-toxic. Shake well before each use. Each jar includes a stainless steel agitator to facilitate mixture. We recommend A.MIG -2000 Acrylic Thinner for a correct thinning. Dries completely in 24 hours.
A.MIG-4508
TWM ISSUE #9 K.O. AND WRECKS $13.50

The only magazine in the world devoted exclusively to the weathering effects and paint in general for all kinds of modeling. This issue is dedicated to destroyed, abandoned, and sunken vehicles. The best modellers in the world will offer a repertoire of exceptional examples and they  explain with detailed step by step process, all the newest tricks and techniques to get your models represent similar conditions.
From a totally abandoned “Walker” futuristic robot, a wooden sunk boat, a Tiran 5 absolutely burned or a jet fighter abandoned in the open. But you can also discover how to burn impacts and effects on a King Tiger or a weather a train wagon full of graffiti.

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