Vallejo  Model Air 017 Russian Green 4BO

Acrylic paint with excellent coverage and fast drying

  • Built-in pipette
  • Acrylic paint
  • A wide range of colours to choose from
  • Suitable for airbrush and brush
  • £2.40 (£14.12 / 100 ml)

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Content: 17 ml

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Item no.: FI-MA017, Content: 17 ml

EAN: 8429551710176

  • Built-in pipette
  • Acrylic paint
  • A wide range of colours to choose from
  • Suitable for airbrush and brush

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FI-MA017
Manufacturer No.: MA017
Manufacturers: Vallejo
Content: 17 ml
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories
Filament colour: Green

Description

The Vallejo Model Air Paints are water-based acrylic paints designed specifically for airbrushing.

The Model Air paint palette contains the most comprehensive selection of military colours used in recent history, including the colours of the First World War, World War II to the present day. Each paint is based on extensive research by the Vallejo experts on existing and past military credentials to provide the model builder with the highest levels of historical accuracy possible.

Model Air is used directly or diluted with Vallejo Airbrush Thinner or Flow Improver. It is recommended to prime the surface first and then apply Model Air in several coats. The paints dry very quickly and form a homogeneous paint film of exceptional durability, while preserving even the smallest details of the model.

For airbrushing with these paints, we recommend a compressor air pressure of 15 - 20 PSI or 0.5 to 1 kg. Of course, Model Air can also be applied with a brush.

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