Vallejo Model Air is pre-thinned for application by airbrush, although depending on your setup you may find you need to add a little thinner or flow improver. With pigments that are ground more finely than most paints, they are also the perfect blend for modellers who prefer to brush paint.
Set of 8 17ml Model Air colours, developed for painting the camouflage patterns of most of the aircraft of the US ARMY AIR CORPS deployed in the China/Burma/India (CBI) Theater of Operations, as well as in the Pacific Campaign during WWII.
Curtiss Brown DuPont: Upper surface colour combined with Curtiss Green, manufactured by DuPont according to RAF specifications for aircraft based in the UK and deployed by USAAF.
Curtiss Green DuPont: Upper surface colour combined with Curtiss Brown manufactured by DuPont according to RAF specifications for aircraft based in the UK and deployed by USAAF.
Curtiss Gray DuPont: Lower surface colour combined with Curtiss Green and Curtiss Brown manufactured by DuPont according to RAF specifications for aircraft based in the UK and deployed by USAAF.
N. 43 Neutral Gray (FS 36173): Due to the large stocks available, this colour was used before and during the entire War for lower surfaces on all types of US Army aircraft.
ANA 611 Interior Green (FS 34151): Standard colour for most cockpits and crew areas throughout the entire war.
ANA 612 Medium Green (FS 34092): Color used occasionally on N. 41/ANA 613 in the form of irregular patches to break the outline the profile of the aircraft. Principally used for bombers.
ANA 613 Olive Drab (FS 34088): Color which substituted for colour N. 41 Olive Drab, starting in 1942 according to the new ANA specification. Due to the large stock of N. 41 available, both tones coexisted during the War.
Aluminium: At the beginning of 1944, the obligation to paint the aircraft was abolished, and planes left the factory in natural, unpainted metal.