Ammo from Mig Jimenez has a few new publications with some new paint to mechas – as well as something to dress up your own ammo – confused? You won’t be after you see today’s preview…
New AMMO of May 2015...
Reference: A.MIG 6013
Written by: Mig Jimenez, Oishi Modeler, Luca Zampriolo, Chulho Yoo and Daniel Morcillo.
This book is in English
In the last few decades robots and other large Sci-Fi war machines have been one of the most popular subjects throughout Asia and the rest of the world. The Japanese company Bandai popularized this fascinating world with their GUNDAMS which is followed today by many modellers. For those Mecha lovers out there, this book provides different, highly realistic painting and weathering techniques in detailed step-by-step articles full of useful tricks and tips.
An indispensable book to learn how to give realistic finishes to your models. A 92-page book in full colour with lots of pictures and an amazing style. Paperback.
Some images from the book…
You can buy it here: http://www.migjimenez.com/en/41-aircraft-jars
Reference: A.MIG 7127
Acrylic Colours Set. 6 jars 17mL
The first set in a series specially designed for Mechas. This set contains six colours for some of the most popular Mechas. Accurate colours formulated with this modelling genre in mind. 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.
A.MIG-103 MEDIUM BLUE
A.MIG-204 FS 36118 MEDIUM GUNSHIP GRAY
A.MIG-119 COLD GRAY
A.MIG-120 LIGHT BROWN-GRAY
Reference: A.MIG 6011
WARNING. This issue is only in ENGLISH language.
This the first Special Issue of the Weathering Magazine, the only modelling publication completely devoted to painting and weathering techniques. For this special edition we´ve chosen WWI as a subject. An historical introduction by the well-renown author Daniele Gugliemi, fruit of an in depth research work is included. Throughout 76 pages and over 200 pictures you´ll find detailed step-by-step articles showing different camouflage schemes, AFV painting techniques and a host of realistic weathering effects to take any model back to the battlefields of the Great War. All these techniques are valid for any WWI vehicle.
This volume is complemented by the 24-page paperback 'The Great War', a comprehensive guide with over 30 colour profiles of this era camouflage schemes. Free and only available purchasing the TWM special.
Reference: A.MIG 7124
Acrylic colours set. 6 jars 17mL
A basic set with the most usual colours used in WWII ammunition. This set of six shades includes paints for ammunition belts and German, USA, Soviet and British tank shells. Some rounds had the projectiles painted in different colours -like yellow and green- but others were metallic or black. Check your book references or the web to paint your ammo in the right colours. Three all-new metallic paints included, with a new formula that provides an outstanding finish which was only attainable before using lacquer paints, but now with odourless and non-toxic acrylics. 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.
A.MIG-032 SATIN BLACK
A.MIG-001 RAL 6003 OLIVGRÜN OPT.1
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