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AK Real Colors
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This set contains 6 acrylic paints specifically designed to paint WWII German Warships. This set includes the two necessary grey tones for camouflages, red for painting the hull, black for camouflage and waterline and the wood color for the deck. To ensure historical accuracy of your finished model. AK acrylic paints are water soluble and can be applied by brush and airbrush; additionally, AK paints are free of odors commonly found in aggressive solvent based paints
Our Naval Series paints are not only historically accurate and specially formulated with top quality components to exacting standards but also take into account the effect of scale reduction. Ready to use straight from the bottle, simply shake, and the paint is ready to go. Dilution is not necessary when airbrushing AK paints; however, when painting camouflage or fine lines, add a few drops of our specially formulated thinner AK-712. Useful with all acrylic paints, AK-712 improves the performance of the paint and is vastly superior to most other available thinners.
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Este set contiene 6 pinturas acrílicas específicamente diseñadas para pintar buques de guerra alemanes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Este conjunto incluye los dos tonos grises necesarios para los camuflajes, rojo para pintar el casco, negro para el camuflaje y la línea de flotación y el color de la madera para la cubierta. Para garantizar la precisión histórica de su modelo terminado. Las pinturas acrílicas AK son solubles en agua y se pueden aplicar con brocha y aerógrafo; Además, las pinturas AK están libres de olores que se encuentran comúnmente en pinturas agresivas a base de solventes
Nuestras pinturas de la serie Naval no solo son históricamente precisas y están especialmente formuladas con componentes de alta calidad para cumplir con los estándares más exigentes, sino que también tienen en cuenta el efecto de la reducción de escala. Listo para usar directamente de la botella, simplemente agítelo, y la pintura está lista para usar. La dilución no es necesaria al aerografiar pinturas AK; sin embargo, al pintar camuflaje o líneas finas, agregue unas gotas de nuestro diluyente especialmente formulado AK-712. Útil con todas las pinturas acrílicas, AK-712 mejora el rendimiento de la pintura y es muy superior a la mayoría de los otros diluyentes disponibles.
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This book shows the original German camouflage of vehicles used by the Deutsche Afrika Korps, with color variants throughout the war. We look at German Army vehicle colours for the African campaign, including the European Dark Gray (RAL 7021) in which they arrived to Libya. This continues through to the initial camouflage colours, Yellow-Brown RAL 8000 with Green-Gray spots RAL 7008 (in 1941), and the Yellow-Brown RAL 8020 and Sand Gray RAL 7027, used from1942. We also include a selection of Italian vehicles, often forgotten, which fought alongside the Germans against the Allies from 1941 to1943. This is supplemented by the addition of allied vehicles serving with the Axis troops, with some curious American halftracks with distinctive German markings. Over 170 profiles cover schemes from the most common camouflage to the most originals and unusuals vehicles used by the DAK and Regio Esercito, including major artillery pieces used in Africa, highlighting above all the powerful 88 mm Flak 18/36/37. Through the 108 pages of thisbook, the modeler will find inspiration for next African modelling projects.
The famous German Bf109 drew first blood and proved itself over Spain! AK proudly offers a historically accurate Bf 109 E-1/E-3. Build one of six versions of the aircraft that was provided by the German Army to the Nationalists of the Spanish Civil War:
1. Bf 109 E-3, 6•91, 3. J/88, Barcience, Spain, March 1939Bf.
2. Bf 109 E-3, W.Nr. 715, 6•92, flown by Lt. Gustav Rödel, 1. J/88, León, Spain, May 1939Bf.
3. Bf 109 E-3, 6•111, flown by Lt. Werner Ursinus, 2. J/88, La Cenia, Spain, early 1939.
4. Bf 109 E-1, 6•123, flown by Oblt. Hans Schmoller-Haldy, 3. J/88, León, Spain, May 1939.
5. Bf 109 E-3, 6•104, flown by Lt. Carlos Maria Rey-Stolle, Grupo 25, Logroño-Agoncillo, Spain, November 1939.
6. Bf 109 E-3, 6•126, Grupo 25, El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, 1940.
The instructions offer multiple views of each version ensuring your finished model is a perfect 1/48 reproduction.
Also included is a 12 page booklet complete with period photographs and explanations allowing the modeler to fully understand the role that the Bf109 served during the Spanish Civil war.
Enamel type effect for modelling
The engines and transmissions of many vehicles offer a special aspect where the grease and the remains of spilt fuel are the protagonists. These enamel based effects just need to be painted on. Apply with a brush in different lays of different intensities for the most realistic effects. For a lighter effect you can dilute them with White spirit.
Enamel type effect for modelling
Obtain a greyish, dark and matt aspect that you find on many engines that have had a lot of use. Apply with a brush or an airbrush to obtain different results. Blend with a clean brush moist with Enamel Thinner.
High quality magazine dedicated exclusively to the world of model airplanes. The focus is on the painting and weathering of model aircraft. Each issue will be structured around a new theme which will recur throughout that Issue. We have sought out some of the best modelers in the world to show us step-by-step how to make, paint, and weather model aircraft. This first issue is dedicated to the German Night Fighters along with extra pages and many surprises. This magazine forms the back bone of our new AIR Series. This magazine will be an instant collectable so make sure you get your copy today and perhaps even two copies, one to read and another to collect and keep in unread mint condition.
– Heinkel He 219 “UHU”
– Focke Wulf Fw-190A6/R11
– Heinkel He 177 A-5
– Messershchmitt Me. 262B-1a/U1
– Messershchmitt Bf 110 G-4
– Messershchmitt Bf 109 E-4
– Kfz 385 Tankwagen
Belonging to our Figure Series line of high quality acrylic paints this set of six colors have been designed to offer optimal coverage when applied by brush. This set has been developed to paint the field grey uniforms of WW2 German soldiers. Field grey was widely used throughout the various uniforms of the Wehrmacht, Fallschirmjagger (Paratroopers) and others troops, such as tank crews, and Special Forces. Inside are six basic colors for these uniforms, all of which can be blended with each other to achieve different colors and shades like the originals in that era. These paints offer the perfect balance between fusion of colors, opacity and intensity. Your figures deserve to be treated like works of art; AK offers the widest range of specialty acrylic paints for uniforms and figures of any era. Our strict formula contains the highest quality pigments, and has been strictly tested under all conditions by the best modelers. Resistant to light, AK paints offer long lasting durability for your scale figures. Paints are matte, of extremely high quality, and their covering and drying abilities are designed to maximize your potential for figure painting. High quality results with little effort or complication.
Our figure series paints can be applied by both brush and airbrush. When airbrushing we recommend diluting with 40% AK 712 thinner Tap water can be used; however, we recommend our specific thinner AK 712 for best results.
This set contains:
AK3141 Field Grey Base
AK3142 Field Grey Base 2
AK3143 Field Grey Lights
AK3144 Field Grey Shadows
AK3145 German Grey Uniform
AK3146 German Grey Uniform Light
High quality paint for Brushes and Airbrush. 17ml bottle.
The Air series paint is designed to be effective for airbrush and brush, and is water- soluble, avoiding strong smells and harmful solvents. Formula ultra-resistant and satin. Nontoxic. It can be easily thinned with our specific acrylic thinner or water if necessary. We recommend AK-712 Acrylic Thinner for thinning. There’s no need to dilute the paints when you decide to use your airbrush. When applied by brush they also have a greater degree of coverage. Use alone or mix with other acrylic paints to obtain a different color. Shake before each use. Dries completely in 24 hours.
High quality paint for brushes . 17mL bottle
The Figure Series paints are designed for brush, and is water- soluble, avoiding strong smells and harmful solvents. Formula ultra-resistant and ultra matt. Nontoxic. It can be easily thinned with our specific acrylic thinner or water if necessary. if you decide to load these paints into your airbrush, you can easily dilute them by adding 40% of our acrylic thinner. We recommend AK-712 Acrylic Thinner for thinning. Perfect balance between fusion of colors, opacity and intensity. The widest range of special acrylic paints for uniforms and figures of any era. Exclusive formula strictly tested under all conditions by the best modelers. Pigments of the highest quality for the treatment of figures like art pieces. Resistant to light and with better lasting power for scale figures once painted. Use alone or mix with other acrylic paints to obtain a different color. Shake before each use. The best option in the market for the figure´s painter
High quality metallic colors developed with outstanding pigments, and especially formulated for the modeler to achieve the best results. Resistant to any kind of weathering, with ultra-high coverage power, high sheen, there is no need to prime due to its resistance and will not damage the plastic, and you can varnish without altering its glossiness. These are quite simply the highest quality metallic paints ever seen.
This next issue of our aircraft modelling magazine, is fully dedicated to jet aircraft that participated in the Vietnam conflict. We travel to this hot and humid location, and try to revive the atmosphere of those air battles between the small and agile MiGs, and their opponents from the USAF, US Navy, and Marines. Each of the latter service branches is represented by one aircraft, featured within the pages of Aces High Issue Five, along with a pair of their opponents; two agile MiGs, in spectacular camouflage schemes. To complement these builds, we include a new gallery section and step-by-step articles which show you how to build a figure vignette, and also finish an auxiliary vehicle. So jettison your drop tanks, activate all weapon systems, and fire your afterburners, as we now take to the skies of Vietnam with the latest issue of Aces High magazine!