Deutsche Afrika Korps vehicles wore four different RAL colors: 8000 and 7008
until March of 1942 and RAL colors 8020 and 7008 after March of 1942.
Additionally, the vehicles were painted with a Panzer Grey RAL 7021 base that
in many cases was exposed when the paint camo was chipped and worn away. Finally, there is a discussion about the
color of theTiger I deployed in Tunisia, because some sources identified them
as Olive Drab. However, recent research identified the paint as RAL 8020 but in
a more greenish shade than usual. This set presents 6 colors to apply directly
to your model without the need to make complex paint mixtures or hours of deep
research about the colors used by the DAK. Additionally, these new colors are
suitably modified to compensate for the scale effect in models. These are accurate and real colors for lovers
of precise paint.
At the end
of 1944 the German Army introduced new variants in the colors used on their
vehicles. Our newest set of acrylic paints are composed of 6 colors designed to
represent these colors that are sought after by modelers. For the first time we
will be able to paint late war German tanks without complex mixes and hours of research.
These paints have been designed in consideration of the Scale Reduction Effect
(subtly lighter than the actual color), to obtain the correct colors in our
kits. These paints are designed to be effective for use in an airbrush or paint
brush and are water-soluble avoiding strong smells and harmful solvents.
color set allows you to paint the sand colored paint schemes as seen on
vehicles recently deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq. This set includes the grey-sand
used by U.S. troops and the yellow-sand of the British Army, the Iraqi army
sand color and the three colors of the Bundeswehr camouflage in desert theatres.
The colors within each bottle are true to the actual color, with a little
modification for scale effect. The formula of these acrylic paints are designed
for use by a brush or an airbrush. These paints are odorless and water soluble.
Our acrylics are manufactured by AK Interactive and are made with a formula
that prevents clogging in the airbrush.
army used several ordinances for camouflage on their vehicles during WWII. This
set includes the most important colors in use from 1937 to 1944. This set
includes 6 colors designed to represent the initial Dunkelbraun and Dunkelgrau
camo, the middle war version of Dunkelgelb and a green color used by Waffen SS
and Polizei units on light and second line vehicles. Finally, the set also
includes two different versions of Olivegrun, allowing the modeler represent
the different paint conditions and faded effects for this color. For the first
time, modelers will be able to paint German tanks without complex mixtures and
hours of research. These paints have been designed in consideration of the
Scale Reduction Effect (subtly lighter than the actual color) to obtain the
correct colors for our models. These paints are designed to be effective with
an airbrush or brush and are water-soluble avoiding strong smells and harmful
paint set has been designed to replicate the colors used by Red Army vehicles
during the 1935-1945 period. This set includes the 4BO, 7K, 6K, 3BAU and a
green protective coating for the interwar period of WWII. This set also
includes a Washable White paint color that mimics the field applied white wash
applied by Russian soldiers when their tanks were operating in snow covered
environments and needed to blend in with their surroundings. Contains: AK-746
Russian Green 4BO, AK-747 Russian Brown 6K, AK-748 Russian Tan 7K, AK-750
Protective Green, AK-749 Basic Protector 3B AU, and AK-751 Washable White Paint.
contains 6 acrylic paints specifically designed to paint vehicles in Middle
East, IDF & Lebanon colors. These colors have been carefully studied by
historians and military experts. Set Contains: AK-790 IDF Sinai Grey Modern,
AK-791 IDF Sinai Grey 82, AK-792 IDF Sand Grey, AK-793 IDF Green, AK-794 SLA
Blue, AK-795 LAF Green.