paints for airbrushes.
Testors Aztek line of paints are ready to go out of the bottle.
You shouldn't need to thin them or custom mix them.
are many colors and types to choose from, such as Transparent,
Opaque, Flourescents, and Metallics.
on your model projects, it's best to seal the paint with an Aztek
Matte (flat) finish or a Gloss (shiny) finish.
Vallejo series of primers are known the world over as being able
to be shot in a very thin layer.
is especially important on smaller models where there's a chance
you will lose fine details with a thick coat of primer, and that
will obscure them.
the Vallejo primers, you can lay down a super thin primer coat,
ready for paint.
Aztek paints work with any brand airbrush. They are a Non-Toxic
and water wash-up paint. Premium-quality, ready to spray
acrylic paint, no thinner required. Convenient 2 oz.
bottle with easy-pour flip-top lid. These also have a mixing
ball inside them.
Best results, top coat with either Aztek Clear Matte or
Aztek Clear Gloss.
Pearl metallic colors are stunning. The metal flakes are
so fine that they do not clog the airbrush, yet leave an
amazing sparkle finish when applied. These are especially
effective on car and truck models.
Fluorescent Paints glow when exposed to ultraviolet (black)
light. Although not required, the fluorescent effect is
even stronger when the paint is applied over white. Great
for wild effects on models, such as zombies, wargame figures,
or safety gear items, race cars.
premium quality Aztek opaque paint has superior hide and
coverage over nearly any surface.
Transparent pigments are light and airy, barely showing
on top of other colors (used as a base). Ideal for blending
Acrylic primers are very fine, self-leveling coat that will
help give you a smooth surface on a model to apply paint.
They also wash up with water. They can be used right out
of the bottle in an airbrush, but can also be thinned for
a super-fine thin layer of primer on your model project.
you can use it in thin coats, one bottle can go for quite
a while and many models.
II is a Lacqer based finish coat that allows you to apply
a very realistic metal, aluminum, or chromium finish. A
primer coat MUST be used on plastic models, and some others
as well. If you want a high shine, the base coat must be
glossy. Sanding is recommended for a smooth finish since
any texture or blemish will be very visible after an Aclad
coating. Aclad can take some getting used to and some practice,
but the end results are stunning, and often can't be replicated
any other way.