AV Vallejo 302 Panzer Aces Dark Rust 17ml

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A colour system designed for reproducing the colours of the uniforms of tank crews & vehicles in WWII

48 Colours made for WWII tanks and crews

AV Vallejo


Panzer Aces 

Dark Rust


In order to simplify the method of painting the military vehicles & the uniforms of the crew in the World War II, the specialists

on the staff of Panzer Aces magazine have created a series of colours which coincide with the standard shades used. All uniforms consist of a base and a lighter colour for highlighting and grading. Three colours have been selected for the flesh tones, as well as a series of colours to reproduce the design of Splinter Camouflage, printed on many of the garments and canvas equipment of the German Army.


Model Air is a range of water based, matt acrylic colours,

Developed especially for airbrushing. In the formulation of this

Range various new resins have been selected for quality levels which up till now had not been achieved in water based colours. The strength,

Resistance and covering power of Model Air is superior to any acrylic airbrush colour currently available and also allows for application by

brush to highlight the smallest details of the miniature. The pigments have been selected according to their degree of light-fastness and Optimum micronization. The effects of washes and transparencies can be obtained by diluting the colours; all colours and varnishes can be mixed together and diluted with Airbrush Thinner.

The colours have been very carefully chosen to provide the model painter with the references most frequently employed. Tests have been carried out for over two years to develop the tonalities which

Correspond to the RLM, RAL, ANA, FS and BS colours commonly used. Colours can be mixed with one another, diluted with water,

Model Air Thinner or Varnish or even alcohol, according to the effect desired, but we recommend the use of Model Air Thinner since this product conserves the properties of the colours. Model Air adheres exceptionally well to all surfaces. The adhesion of Model Air to resin models, plastics, steel and white metal is extraordinary. A primer is usually not needed; if the object to be painted is very dark, a base coat of white or grey will help bring out the luminosity of the colours.


Bottles of 17 ml with eyedropper. This packaging prevents the paint from evaporating and drying in the container.