Vallejo Model Colour 143 Flat Earth (983)

Acrylic paint in all possible colours and effects with a special water-based formula

  • 17ml paint
  • With a practical dropper
  • Very wide paint palette
  • Water-based acrylic paint
  • £2.50 (£14.71 / 100 ml)

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Content: 17 ml

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Item no.: FI-VA143, Content: 17 ml

EAN: 8429551709835

  • 17ml paint
  • With a practical dropper
  • Very wide paint palette
  • Water-based acrylic paint

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FI-VA143
Manufacturer No.: VA143
Manufacturers: Vallejo
Content: 17 ml
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories
Filament colour: Brown

Description

A matte and opaque acrylic paint with the highest pigment concentration with a water-based formula, specially developed for model painting. The model colour paint palette is very extensive and includes basic colours as well as many referenced shades developed by our experts for use on historical figures as well as the specific colours for all types of vehicles, aircraft and military models.

The assortment includes a selection of glazes, transparent and fluorescent colours that create special effects. It is recommended that the paints are applied to a surface that has been previously primed.

The paints dry quickly and form a self-leveling, homogeneous paint film suitable for both large areas and the smallest details of the model. Model Colour paint is exceptionally easy to use on all surfaces and adheres excellently to resin, plastic, steel and white metal.

Tools and brushes can be cleaned with water.

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