Tuesday, March 31

AMMO’s April items go from A-Z and include a 1945 Tee…

Ammo from Mig Jimenez has us covered – quite literally this month with the shirt off their backs, new colours from both sides of the Ukraine conflict and some new German paints. A great new first edition of an aircraft modelling encyclopaedia and an all new Weathering magazine focusing on Germany in 1945. Also a fresh new T-shirt as well – let’s see what’s popping…
New AMMO of April 2015...

Volume #1
Available in English or Spanish
Reference: A.MIG-6050
128 pages guide in English. First volume of a total of 5.
25€
Volume #1 of the definitive encyclopaedia of model aircraft. This first volume covers in depth through its 128 pages and more than 500 photos the following subjects: 
Through more than 750 pages and 3,500 high quality and full colour photos,
modellers can learn everything you need to make your aircraft, from the simplest
processes for the new modeller to advanced techniques for the advanced modeller.
This first volume covers in depth:
-the preparation of pieces, including how to separate sprues, sanding, with cleaning, gluing, and hyper detail.

-the realization of cockpits, from the simplest to the most detailed of all subjects and types. Subjects such as painting, assembly, leather seats, metal seats, ejection seats, pilots, belts, hyper detailing, resin cockpits and pieces, photo-etched components, scratch building, control panels, painting dials, decals, hues, polishing and gluing cockpits.




 Available in English 
€ 8.00 
The only modelling magazine in the world devoted entirely to painting and the effects of weathering.  Featuring for the first time a very special and attractive subject for a lot of modellers - the year is 1945. For many, this year marks the climax of an evolution in camouflage and new designs in the German military. A special range which includes colours and patterns found on ground vehicles and aircraft. 
In addition, the vehicles at this time had a special appearance and some colours that were unique to this time. The Weathering Magazine takes a trip to the past through painting and effects, featuring some of the best modellers in the world and detailed "step by step" process of painting. This is undoubtedly the best issue of TWM to date, with unique graphic design and countless articles showing different styles of painting. 
 
 

Available
Before buy, choose your size M, L, XL or XXL.
15,00 € 
Special T-shirt, limited edition, commemorating the end of World War II. Military green and silkscreen printed in two colors on the front and sleeve.

A.MIG-7125
Set Acrylic Colours. 6 boats 17ml
€ 13.80
The war in eastern Ukraine or "Anti-Terrorist Operation ATO" of 2014 and 2015 has become one of the most popular worldwide modelling issues. The large amount of photos and information about the vehicles that are participating here has made many modellers choose this topic. The many colour systems of all vehicles used there are indeed complex and multitudes of standardized colours are mixed with others improvised on the battlefield. This set brings together a small selection of the most common colours used on combat vehicles, excluding the many colours used only on manoeuvres or in pre-war times. Although many Ukrainians use official colours of Russian origin which can be found in our set A.MIG 7109 MODERN RUSSIAN SET COLORS, the colours featured here are specific colours of Ukraine. The yellow and blue colours are widely used for identifying vehicles in the national colours.
The A.MIG A.MIG 083 and 914 are the base colours of most vehicles, very often seen combined with black, which is not included in this set. The colour A.MIG 052 - similar to NATO green- is used in combination with brown A.MIG 914 by many units as the Ukrainian National Guard colour. The colour A.MIG 051 is another very special and specific green for digital camouflage applied to many vehicles, but also in combination with other colours in more conventional camouflage. These colours are developed in collaboration with Ukrainians and Ukrainian army military experts. All 6 jars are acrylic and are formulated for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush and the Scale Effect Reduction will allow us to apply the correct colour on our models. Water soluble, odourless and non-toxic. Shake well before each use. Each jar includes a stainless steel agitator to facilitate mixture. We recommend MIG -2000 Acrylic thinner for a correct thinning. Dries completely in 24 hours. 
 
Included colours:
A.MIG-048         YELLOW
A.MIG-051         LIGHT GREEN KHV-553M
A.MIG-052         DEEP GREEN
A.MIG-083         ZASHCHITNIY ZELENO (RUSSIAN POSTWAR GREEN) KHV 518
A.MIG-086         BLUE (RAL 5019)
A.MIG-914         RED BROWN LIGHT
Download PDF with more information HERE

Reference: A.MIG-7126
Set Acrylic Colours. 6 boats 17ml
€ 13.80 
In 2014 the eastern regions of Ukraine in Donetsk and Lugansk (Donbas), part of the New Russia, rebelled against the central government and began a protracted war mainly supported by the Russians, providing armoured vehicles and separatists. Although initially the "rebels" user vehicles captured the Ukrainian army, with the passage of time began to appear new vehicles of Russian origin. Since the Ukrainian army used many common colours with the Russian army and everything was mixed in the battlefield, the rebels decided to use a highly visible and common green, the A.MIG 054 to identify and distinguish their vehicles Ukrainians. The range of colours used in the rebel vehicles has been immense and varied and to represent all have to use the set A.MIG 7109 MODERN RUSSIAN SET COLOR 7125 UKRAINE A.MIG set ATO COLORS, but in this set have made a selection of the most common colours seen in tanks, vehicles and trucks. The A.MIG 57, A.MIG A.MIG 932 and 911 colours are some of the most typical Russian and Ukrainian armies’ colours. 
The colour is A.MIG 070 Russian origin, although the amount of brown colour seen is extensive. THE A.MIG 053 Colour NC1200 is a very special colour, used today in all Russian combat vehicles and is significantly different from all previous Russian colours. This colour has been used in many unruly vehicles supposedly provided by the Russians. The six colours are acrylic paint with a formula optimized for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush and Scale Effect Reduction allowing us to get the right colour in our models. Each pot includes a stainless steel stirrer to facilitate more rapid and smooth. Presentation 17ml cans. Soluble in water, odourless and nontoxic. Shake well before each use. We recommend A.MIG-2000 Acrylic Thinner for a correct solution. Complete drying in 24h.  
 

Includes colours:
NC-053 PROTECTIVE A.MIG 1200
GREEN SIGNAL A.MIG-054
GREY YELLOW-057 A.MIG
A.MIG-070 MEDIUM BROWN
A.MIG-911 GREY SHINE
A.MIG-932 RUSSIAN BASE
Download a PDF with more information HERE

Reference: A.MIG-7141
Set Acrylic Colours. 3 box 17ml
Top of Form
€ 6.90
Unlike many modellers believed, the German colours were not the same throughout the war. Towards the end of the war, some colours were changing and changing, such as the famous Dunkelgelb or "Dark Yellow". This was clearing in 1944 and even more in 1945. Another very common colour of the last years of the war was the green resedagrün, who also suffered variations. 

This small set meets the three most common colours used between 1944 and 1945 and allow you to bring realism and accuracy to your models to include very special and accurate colours. The three colours are acrylic paint with a formula optimized for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush and Scale Effect Reduction allowing us to get the right colour in our models. Each pot includes a stainless steel stirrer to facilitate more rapid and smooth. Presentation 17ml cans. Soluble in water, odourless and nontoxic. Shake well before each use. We recommend A.MIG-2000 Acrylic Thinner for a correct solution. Complete drying in 24h.

Includes colours:
A.MIG-003 RAL 6011 resedagrün
A.MIG-011 RAL 7028 Dunkelgelb AUS '44 DG I
A.MIG-015 RAL 8017 SCHOKOBRAUN


Reference: A.MIG-7142
Set Acrylic Colours. 3 box 17ml
Top of Form
€ 6.90 
Many modellers have found interesting German paint their vehicles with the colours that are used in factories. In some cases, these tanks went out to fight those colours factory without being camouflaged, especially at the end of the war, when there was no time or supplies to do so. The colour was dark grey primer of all Germans at the beginning of the war and during the second half of World War vehicles began using different shades of red and brown primer. Also at the end of the war could be combinations of these colours, because many of the components and parts coming from different factories. For example, many guns grey imprimaban assembled and primed after tanks were painted in red. 

A selection of essential colours to make any fresh from the factory or prototype tank. The three colours are acrylic paint with a formula optimized for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush and Scale Effect Reduction allowing us to get the right colour in our models. Each pot includes a stainless steel stirrer to facilitate more rapid and smooth. Presentation 17ml cans. Soluble in water, odourless and nontoxic. Shake well before each use. We recommend A.MIG-2000 Acrylic Thinner for a correct solution. Complete drying in 24h.

Includes colours:
A.MIG-014 RAL 8012 rotbraun
A.MIG-908 GREY BASE
A.MIG-921 RED LIGHT FIRST BASE

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