Estuches de Model Air formulados después de un riguroso estudio y comprobado su tono exacto con la guía Federal Standard 595, RLM y British Standard Colours BS381C. Incluyen perfiles de aviones realizados por Mark Rolfe, en los cuales se indican los colores necesarios para pintar los esquemas de camuflajes y una descripción de los mismos. Con la colaboración de “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”.

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  • 71193

    Colores RLM


    Estuche de 16 colores Model Air para pintar maquetas y miniaturas. Cada uno de los estuches tiene una selección específica de colores para pintar vehículos, figuras, etc. Contiene 16 botellas de 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. y una carta de colores.


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  • 71147

    FAA (Fleet Air Arm) Colors 1939-1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los aviones del “Fleet Air Arm” (FAA) de la Flota británica, tanto para aparatos basados en tierra como embarcados en los porta-aviones, desde 1939 hasta final de Guerra, de origen ingles o de procedencia USA.

    Extra Dark Sea Grey (BS 640): Upper surface color combined with Dark Slate Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme) from 1937 until the end of the war, for all types of aircraft and missions. Dark Slate Grey (BS 634): Upper surface color combined with Dark Sea Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme) from the end of 1937 until the end of the war, for all types of aircraft and missions. Dark Sea Grey (BS 638): Upper surface color of the lower wing of biplanes, combined with Light Slate Grey (Shadow Scheme) until the end of 1940. For all kinds of aircraft and missions. Light Slate Grey (BS 639): Upper surface color of the lower biplane wings, combined with Dark Sea Grey (Shadow Scheme) until the end of 1940. For all kinds of aircraft and missions.
    Sky Grey (FS 36463): Lower surface and sides, alone or combined with Night Black or Night Black/White, from 1937 until the beginning of 1941. Also used for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Sky Type S (BS 210): Color used on sides and lower surface of aircraft, from March 1941 until the end of the war, also for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Night Black (BS 642): Lower color combined with Sky Grey/White from October 1939 to February 1940, with Sky Grey from November 1940 to January 1941, or only by itself in different periods for special night missions. White (FS 37875): Color used for lower surface and lateral sections of the plane starting 1942 in antisubmarine missions or ASW.


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  • 71152

    Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) Colors Pre-War to 1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los aviones del arma de aviación del Ejercito Imperial Japones (IJA), utilizados en la guerra con China durante los años previos al ataque a Pearl Harbor (Diciembre de 1941) y su posterior entrada en el conflicto mundial hasta Agosto de 1945.

    IJA Dark Green (FS 34082): Upper surface color applied in one coat only and/or mottled on natural metal or Grey Green/Light Grey Green lower surface. Also combined with Dark Beige in multiple combinations. IJA Olive Green (FS 33070): Upper surface color very similar to its equivalent “Olive Drab” of the USAAF. Used beginning 1943 on fighters of the IJA. On natural metal or Grey Green/Light Grey Green lower surface. IJA Khaki Brown (FS 30118): Upper surface color and occasionally on all surfaces of single-engine aircraft and bi-engine fighters in the years 1944/45. Combined with Grey Green on lower surfaces. IJA Dark Beige (FS 30215): Upper surface color combined with Dark Green or occasionally as single color coating. Lower surface in metal or Grey Green/Light Grey Green. IJA Grey Green (FS 36405): Lower surface color used beginning 1943. Combined with any of the green or khaki colors on the upper surface. Fabric control surfaces on aircraft with metal finish. IJA Light Grey Green (FS 34424): Color for lower or all surfaces. Combined with any of the green or khaki colors on the upper surface. Fabric control surfaces on aircraft with metal finish. Aluminium (FS 37178): In aircraft of the IJA the absence of camouflage, either partial or total, is customary. “Aotake” Translucent Green: Translucent lacquer, a protector applied on the interior parts of metallic structures (fuselage, cockpit, etc.).


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  • 71169

    Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Colors Pre-War to 1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los aviones del arma de aviación de la Marina Imperial Japones (IJN) tanto embarcados en portaaviones como en tierra, utilizados en la guerra con China durante los años previos al ataque a Pearl Harbor (Diciembre de 1941) y su posterior entrada en el conflicto mundial hasta Agosto de 1945.

    IJN Dark Black Green (FS 34052): Upper surface color applied in one coat only on Ash Grey/Médium Grey on lower surface or natural metal. Used on Mitsubishi and other makes of aircraft. IJN Black Green (FS 34077): Upper surface color applied in one coat only on Ash Grey/Medium Grey on lower surface or natural metal. Common on “Zeros” produced by Nakajima and all kinds of aircraft of other manufacturers. IJN Deep Dark Green (FS 34058): Upper surface color applied in one coat only on Medium Grey on lower surface or natural metal. Planes manufactured by Kawanishi, Aichi, etc. IJN Medium Brown (FS 30122): Upper surface color combined with Dark Black Green/Black Green on Ash Grey/Medium Grey on lower surface, on bombers and hidro-planes in Chinese and Pacific theaters of operations until the middle of the war. IJN Ash Grey (FS 36350): Color used until 1942/43 for most embarked aircraft on all surfaces or combined with Dark Black Green/Black Green for the upper part. IJN Medium Grey (FS 36375): Color for lower part or all surfaces, combined with any of the green shades of the upper part. Fabric control surfaces. Aluminium (FS 37178): On IJN aircraft, the partial or total absence of camouflage in prewar years and at the end of the war is habitual. “Aotake” Translucent Blue: Translucent laquer, a protector applied on the interior parts of metallic structures (fuselage, cockpit, etc.).


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  • 71203

    Israeli Air Force (IAF) Colors Post 1967 to Present


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar aviones de la Israeli Air Force (IAF) empleados con posterioridad a la “Guerra de los Seis Días”, esquema conocido como “Desert Colors”, hasta los actuales esquemas grises de “Superioridad Aérea”.

    Brown (FS 30219): Upper surface color scheme “Desert Colors”, combined with Sand (FS 33531) and Green (FS 34227) or Sky Green (FS 34424), starting in the eighties. Sand (FS 33531): Upper surface color scheme “Desert Colors”, combined with Brown (FS 30219) and Green (FS 34227) or Sky Green (FS 34424) starting in the eighties. Green (FS 34227): Upper surface color scheme “Desert Colors” combined with Brown (FS 30219) and Sand (FS 33531). Sky Green (FS 34424): Upper surface color scheme “Desert Colors” combined with Brown (FS 30219) and Sand (FS 33531), substituting Green (FS 34227) starting in the eighties. Light Blue (FS 35622): Lower surface color scheme “Desert Colors” after 1967 and beginning of the eighties. Dark Gull Gray (FS 36231): Color for interior of the cockpit, present in most of the fighters from the USA (A-4, F-4, F-15, F-16, etc.). Dark Ghost Gray (FS 36320): Upper surface color scheme “Compass Ghost Gray” used by the USAF combined with Light Ghost Gray (FS 36375) in fighters of air superiority (F-15, Kfir, etc.). Light Ghost Gray (FS 36375): Color scheme for lower surface “Desert Colors” starting in the eighties, as well as color scheme “Compass Ghost Gray” combined with Dark Ghost Gray (FS 36320) in fighters of air superiority (F-15, Kfir, etc.).


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  • 71166

    Luftwaffe Colors 1941 to End-War


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de todo tipo de cazas (monomotor, pesado y nocturno) de la Luftwaffe a partir de 1941, así como los tonos del final de la guerra (1944-45) usados en los últimos modelos de interceptores y los revolucionarios reactores y aviones de última generación.

    RLM 66: Interior cockpit color from 1940 to 1945. RLM 74: Standard upper surface camouflage color, combined with RLM 75. For all fighter models, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters). From middle 1941 to 1945. RLM 75: Standard upper surface camouflage color, combined with RLM 74. For all fighter models, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters). From middle 1941 to 1945. RLM 76: Standard lower surface color. For all fighter models, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters). From middle 1941 to 1945. RLM 81: Upper surface camouflage color, combined with one or more colors (RLM 82/83/75). All types of fighters, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters), and late generation bombers. From 1944 to 1945. RLM 82: Upper surface camouflage color, combined with one or more colors (RLM 81/83/75). All types of fighters, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters), and late generation bombers. From 1944 to 1945. RLM 83: Upper surface camouflage color, combined with 1 or more colors (RLM 81/82/75). All types of fighters, (single engine, heavy- and night fighters), and late generation bombers. From 1944 to 1945. RLM 84: Alternative color to RLM 76, for lower surfaces on single engine fighters (Me. 109 & Fw. 190). From 1944 to 1945.


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  • 71165

    Luftwaffe Colors Pre-War to 1941


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de cualquier tipo de avión de la Luftwaffe previos a la II GM y Guerra Civil Española “Legión Cóndor”, así como las campañas o fases iniciales del conflicto: Polonia, Países Nórdicos, Batalla de Francia, Batalla de Inglaterra, etc.

    RLM 61: Standard upper surface camouflage color, combined with RLM 62/63. Pre-WWII and “Legión Cóndor“. Fighters, bombers, reconnaissance and transport aircraft, etc. RLM 62: Standard upper surface camouflage color, combined with RLM 61/63. Pre-WWII and “Legión Cóndor”. Fighters, bombers, reconnaissance and transport aircraft, etc. RLM 63: Standard upper surface camouflage color, combined with RLM 61/62. Pre-WWII and “Legión Cóndor”. Fighters, bombers, reconnaissance and transport aircraft, etc. RLM 65: Standard lower surface color, used on fighters until middle 1941, and all other aircraft (bombers, reconnaissance, transport and maritime, etc.) from 1938 to 1945. RLM 70: Standard camouflage color for upper surface, combined with RLM 71. Fighters from 1938 to beginning 1940, and other aircraft (bombers, reconnaissance, transport, etc.) from 1938 to 1945. RLM 71: Standard camouflage color for upper surface, combined with RLM 70. Fighters from 1938 to beginning of 1940, and other aircraft, (bombers, reconnaissance, transport, etc.) from 1938 until 1945. RLM 02: Color for interiors until middle 1941, and upper camouflage for fighters, combined with RLM 71 until 1941, and mottled camouflage until 1945. RLM 04: Color for tactical identification (fuselage stripes, wing tips, engine zone, etc.) and for lettering, numbers and insignia. From 1938 until 1945.


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  • 71164

    Luftwaffe Maritime and Tropical Colors


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar el esquema de camuflaje de la Luftwaffe diseñado para los aparatos de uso marítimo, así como los tonos empleados por cualquier tipo de avión operativo en la campaña del Norte de África y área del Mediterráneo a partir de 1941.

    RLM 65: Standard color for lower surface, for fighters from 1938 to the middle of 1941, and for rest of aircraft (bombers, reconnaissance, transport and maritime, etc.) from 1938 to 1945. RLM 72: Standard camouflage color for upper surfaces, combined with RLM 73. All types of seaplanes, (hidros, reconnaissance, attack, etc. ) from 1938 to 1945. RLM 73: Standard camouflage color for upper surfaces combined with RLM 72. All types of seaplanes, (hidros, reconnaissance, attack, etc. ) from 1938 to 1945. RLM 78: Standard lower surface color for all types of aircraft (fighters, bombers, reconnaissance, transport, etc.) deployed in desert and tropical terrain. From 1941 to 1943/44. RLM 79: Standard camouflage color for upper surfaces, used by itself or combined with RLM 80. For all kinds of aircraft (fighters, bombers, reconnaissance, transport, etc.) deployed in desert and tropical terrain. From 1941 to 1943/44. RLM 80: Camouflage color for upper surface, combined with RLM 79. For all kinds of aircraft (fighters, bombers, reconnaissance, transport, etc.) deployed in desert and tropical terrain. From 1941 to 1943/44. RLM 02: Interior cockpit color until the middle of 1941. Combined with RLM 71 used as upper surface camouflage color for fighters until 1941 and for mottled camouflage until 1945. RLM 66: Interior cockpit color employed from the middle of 1940 to 1945.


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  • 71145

    RAF Colors Bomber & Training Air Command 1939-1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar todos los bombarderos (ligeros, medios y pesados) del Bomber Air Command de la RAF desde 1939 hasta final de la guerra. Incluye el color “Trainer Yellow”, que combinado con el resto de tonos o a solas nos permitirá decorar la mayoría de aparatos de entrenamiento, enlace e incluso prototipos.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Color for upper surface, combined with Dark Green (Temperate Land Scheme), from 1939 until the end of the war, for Bombers in day and night time missions. Dark Green (BS 241): Color for upper surface, combined with Dark Earth (Temperate Land Scheme) o Medium Sea Grey (“Mosquito Bombers”), from 1939 until the end of the war. Day and night time Bombers. Night Black (BS 642): Color for the lower surface of night-bombers, combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green on the upper surface (Temperate Land Scheme). From 1939 until the end of the war. Medium Sea Grey (BS 637): Color for the lower and upper surface of “Mosquito” bombers 1944-45, combined with Dark Green. Also used for numbers and codes. Sky Type S (BS 210): Color for the lower surface, combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green (Temperate Land Scheme) and for the upper surface, from 1939 until the end of the war. Also used for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Trainer Yellow (BS 356): Color for lower surface or entire aircraft (1942-1945), for training aircraft, aircraft for liaison and tug targets (striped with Night Black), combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green (Temperate Land Scheme) on the upper surface starting 1939 until the end of the war. Also for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Interior Grey-Green (BS 283): Interior color, mostly used for interior structures, cockpits and crew areas of all types of RAF and FAA aircraft. Interior Grey-Green (FS 34373): Variation of the interior color BS 283, mostly used in interior structures, cockpits and crew areas of all types of RAF and FAA aircraft.


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  • 71148

    RAF Colors Coastal Command 1939-1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los aviones del Mando Costero de la RAF (Coastal Command), tanto aparatos basados en tierra como hidroaviones, desde 1939 hasta final de guerra.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Color for upper surface, combined with Dark Green (Temperate Sea Scheme), from 1939 to 1941, used on land based aircraft, for all kinds of missions. Dark Green (BS 241): Color for upper surface of the plane, combined with Dark Green (Temperate Sea Scheme), from 1939 to 1941, used on land based aircraft, for all kinds of missions. Extra Dark Sea Grey (BS 640): Color for upper surface, combined with Dark Slate Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme) from July 1941 until the end of the war, or by itself (1944-45), for all types of aircraft and missions. Dark Slate Grey (BS 634): Color for the upper surface, combined with Extra Dark Sea Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme), from July 1941 until the end of the war for all types of planes and missions. Sky Type S (BS 210): Color for lower surface, with Dark Earth/Dark Green o Extra Dark Sea Grey/Dark Slate Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme) on the upper part from 1939 until the end of the war. Also used for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Sky Blue (FS 35550): Color for lower surface, combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green or Extra Dark Sea Grey/Dark Slate Grey (Temperate Sea Scheme) on the upper part from 1939 to 1941. Night Black (BS 642): Color for lower surface combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green on the upper surface (Temperate Sea Scheme) or Extra Dark Sea Grey/Dark Slate Grey, from September 1940 to June 1941. White (FS 37875): Color for lower surface and sides combined with Extra Dark Sea Grey/Dark Slate Grey on the upper surface (Temperate Sea Scheme). From July 1941 until the end of the war.


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  • 71162

    RAF Colors Day Fighters 1941-1945 & P.R.U.


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los cazas diurnos de la RAF desde Agosto de 1941 hasta el final de la Guerra, así como Interceptores de “Alta Cota” HF (High Fighters). También incluye los tonos para decorar aviones de Reconocimiento Fotográfico o PRU.

    Ocean Grey (BS 629): Upper surface camouflage scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green, used from 1941 until the end of the war. Dark Green (BS 241): Upper surface camouflage scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green, used from 1941 until the end of the war. Medium Sea Grey (BS 637): Lower surface color scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green/Ocean Grey, used since 1941 until the end of the war and for upper surface fighters HF fighters combined with PRU Blue. Sky Type S (BS 210): Tactical markings, numbers and identification, as well as propeller cones. P.R.U. Blue (BS 636): General color for Photographic Reconnaissance Units (PRU) of medium and high altitudes. Also used for lower part of HF fighters. P.R.U. Pink (FS 31668): General color for Photographic Reconnaissance Units (PRU) of medium and low altitudes. Night Black (BS 642): Invasion stripes alternating with the color White, for fuselage and both sides of the central part of the wings. Used before and during “D” day and the invasion of Normandy. White (FS 37875): Invasion stripes alternating with the color Night Black, for fuselage and both sides of the wings. Used before and during “D” day and the invasion of Normandy.


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  • 71163

    RAF Colors Desert Scheme & MTO 1940-1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar todo tipo de avión de la RAF, esquemas “Tropical Land Scheme”, “Desert Scheme”, “Special Coastal Scheme”, etc. desde Junio de 1940 hasta el final de la Guerra, en el Norte de África y el área del Mediterráneo.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Color upper surface at the beginning of the conflict and “Tropical Land Scheme”, “Desert Scheme”, combined with Dark Green, Middle Stone or Light Earth. From 1940 until end of war. Dark Green (BS 241): Color upper surface at the beginning of the conflict and scheme “Tropical Land Scheme”, combined with Dark Earth, Middle Stone or Light Earth. From June 1940 to end of 1941. Sky Blue (FS 35550): Color of lower surface at the beginning of the conflict June/July 1940 until the end of 1941, combined with Dark Earth and Middle Stone. Middle Stone (BS 362): Color for upper surface of “Tropical Land Scheme” and “Desert Scheme”, replacing Dark Green. From the beginning of 1941 until the end of the war. Sky Type S (BS 210): Color lower surface at the beginning of the conflict (June/July 1940) until the end of that year, as well as for special patterns for aircraft based on Malta. Dark Mediterranean Blue (FS 35050): Color for upper surface of scheme “Special Coastal” combined with Light Mediterranean Blue. For aircraft based on Malta for all kinds of special maritime operations. Light Mediterranean Blue (FS 35117): Color for upper surface of scheme “Special Coastal” combined with Dark Mediterranean Blue. For aircraft based on Malta for all kinds of special maritime operations. Also alternative lower section color Azure Blue. Azure Blue (FS 35231): Lower surface color of most aircraft of all types for North African and Mediterranean Theater of Operations starting at the end of 1940/beginning 1941 until the end of the war.


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  • 71146

    RAF Colors SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) 1942-1945


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar todo tipo de avión de la RAF del SEAC (Air Command South East Asia), destinados en las colonias británicas del “Far East”.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Upper surface color, combined with Dark Green. From 1941 until the end of the war. Dark Green (BS 241): Upper surface color combined with Dark Earth or Ocean Grey. From 1941 until the end of the war. Ocean Grey (BS 629): Upper surface color combined with Dark Green. From 1942 until the end of the war. Medium Sea Grey (BS 637): Lower surface color combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green or Ocean Grey/Dark Green on the upper surface from 1942 until the end of the war. Also used for numbers and codes. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower surface color, combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green on the upper surface from 1941 until 1943. Also used for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Sky Blue (FS 35550): Lower surface color combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green on the upper surface starting in 1941 until the beginning of 1942. Also used for numbers, codes and fuselage stripes. Night Black (BS 642): Lower surface color together with Sky Type S or Sky Blue, combined with Dark Earth/Dark Green on the upper surface (Temperate Land Scheme) from 1941 until beginning 1942. White (FS 37875): Color for theater of operation identification stripes on the fuselage and wing surfaces, also used for numbers and codes.


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  • 71144

    RAF Colors Special “Battle of Britain”


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los cazas de la RAF que participaron en el mayor choque aéreo de todos los tiempos: “La batalla de Inglaterra”, desde su comienzo en Julio de 1940, y su fase final o “Blitz Nocturno” en Mayo de 1941.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Combined with Dark Green and other colors, camouflage for the upper surface , used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts.
    Dark Green (BS 241): Combined with Dark Earth or other colors for camouflage of the upper surface, used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower color introduced in June 1940 for all kinds of aircraft and daytime use (RAF & FAA); also used for tactical markings, numbers and identification. Eau de Nil “Duck Egg Green” (BS 216): Lower color alternative for Sky Type S, much used at the beginning of the war for fighters and bombers with “Temperate Land” camouflage schemes, also for tactical markings. No. 1 Sky Blue “Duck Egg Blue” (BS 101): Lower color alternative to Sky Type S, at beginning of war in fighters and bombers with color scheme “Temperate Land”, Coastal Command and tactical markings. Night Black (BS 642): Lower parts of aircraft for daytime use combined with White and/or Aluminum or Sky Type S, from 1937 to April 1941. All lower surfaces of all kinds of aircraft for night use during the entire war. Interior Grey-Green (BS 283): Interior Color commonly used mostly on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA. Interior Grey-Green (FS 34373): Color variation for interior color BS 283, much used on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA.


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  • 71149

    RAF Day Fighters Pre-War to 1941


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar el esquema de camuflaje “Temperate Land” de los cazas de la RAF y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde los años previos a la II GM (a partir de 1.937), el estallido del conflicto en 1939 con las batallas iniciales en Noruega, Países Bajos, Francia e Inglaterra, hasta Agosto de 1941. También incluye los tonos para el esquema “Shadow Compensation” utilizado en biplanos de todo tipo y rol.

    Dark Earth (BS 450): Combined with Dark Green and other colors for camouflage of the upper surface, used from 1937 and during the entire war on all kinds of aircraft and fronts. Dark Green (BS 241): Combined with Dark Earth and other colors, for camouflage of the upper surface, used from 1937 and during the entire war on all kinds of aircraft and fronts. Light Earth (FS 30257): Combined with Light Green, camouflage for the lower surface (fuselaje and wings) biplanes “Shadow” color scheme. First tropical and desert camouflage schemes, combined with other colors. Light Green (FS 34102): Combined with Light Earth, camouflage for the lower surface (fuselage and wings) biplanes “Shadow” color scheme. First tropical and desert camouflage schemes combined with other colors. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower color introduced in June 1940 for all types of aircraft and daytime deployment (RAF & FAA). Also for tactical markings, numbers and identification. White (FS 37875): Color for lower surface of aircraft daytime deployment, combined with Night Black and/or Aluminium, from 1937 until June 1940. Night Black (BS 642): Color for lower surface of aircraft in daytime deployment, combined with White and/or Aluminium or Sky Type S, from 1937 until April 1941. Also for all lower surfaces of aircraft nocturnal deployment, during the entire war. Aluminium (FS 37178): General color for all surfaces before 1937 and from then on only for the lower surface of fighters, combined with White and Night Black.


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  • 71197

    Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War”


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de aviones soviéticos y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde el comienzo de la “Gran Guerra Patriótica” en Junio de 1941 hasta el año 1943, punto de inflexión en el Frente del Este.

    AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surface of aircraft with combined wood/fabric and eventually metal structures. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938 and 1941. AMT-4 Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surface color scheme “Black/Green” for aircraft of combined wood/metal structures and metallic finish. A-24m Camouflage Green: Oil-based enamel equivalent of the color AMT-4, upper surface color scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown Green” for airplanes with metal structures. AMT-6 Matt Black: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper color scheme “Black/Green” used on aircraft of mixed structure and metal finish. AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surface of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and eventually metal structure. Used widely in 1940-1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7. AMT-7 Greyish Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surfaces of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and metal structures. Introduced starting 1943 as a substitute for AII Sv.gol. A-28m Greyish Blue: Oil-based enamel equivalent to color AMT-7, for inferior part of aircraft with metallic structure. With time this color acquired a yellow tint. MK-7 Matt White: Removable, water-soluble paint, for temporary or seasonal deployment, used for Winter camouflage during the entire war (1941-1945).


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  • 71198

    Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War”


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de aviones soviéticos y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde 1943 hasta el final la “Gran Guerra Patriótica” en Mayo de 1.945 con la caída de Berlín y el final del Tercer Reich.

    AMT-1 Light Greyish Brown: Nitrocellulose laquer for upper part color scheme “Grey-Brown-Green” for airplanes of mixed fabric/wood and metal structure. Used starting 1943. A-21m Light Greyish Brown: Oil-based enamel, equivalent to the color AMT-1 but more yellow, used in upper color scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of metallic structure. AMT-4 Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer, upper color scheme “Black/Green” for airplanes of mixed structure and metallic finish. A-24m Camouflage Green: Oil-based enamel, equivalent to the color AMT-4, superior color scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of metal structure. AMT-6 Matt Black: Nitrocellulose lacquer, upper color scheme “Black/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of mixed structure and metallic finish, as well as for lower part of aircraft for night deployment. AMT-7 Greyish Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surfaces of aircraft of metal and mixed structure. Introduced starting 1943 as a substitute for AII Sv.gol. AMT-11 Blue Grey: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surface scheme “Grey/Grey” for aircraft of mixed structure, principally fighters. Used starting 1943. AMT-12 Dark Grey: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper scheme “Grey/Grey”(fighters) and “Grey/Brown/Green” for aircraft of mixed structure. Used starting 1943.


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  • 71196

    Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War”


    Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de aviones soviéticos y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde los años previos a la II GM (años 30’s) hasta la entrada en el conflicto de la URSS en Junio de 1.941 o “Gran Guerra Patriótica”.

    “Zashchitnyi” Khaki: Upper surfaces of airplanes with metallic finish or combined construction of wood and fabric. AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surfaces of aircraft with a combined structure of wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938-1941. A-19f Grass Green: Alkyd treated enamel for upper surfaces of aircraft with a metal structure or metal parts in a combined structure of wood and metal. Specificactions issued June 1940. Grey-Blue: Lower surface color for airplanes t with a metallic finish or a combined wood and fabric structure during the 1927-37 decade. AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitro cellulose lacquer for the lower surfaces of aircraft with structures of combined wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Widely used in 1940 -1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7. A-18f Light Blue: Alkyd treated enamel for lower surfaces of airplanes with metallic structures or metallic parts in a mixed metal and wood structure. Specifications issued in June 1940. AII Aluminiovyi: Nitrocellulose lacquer for overall finish or for lower surface on some models in 1938, as well as fabric surfaces of mixed structure aircraft. Specifications issued in 1938-1940. AEh-9 Light Grey: Alkyd treated enamel for general surface of aircraft with metal structures and metallic parts in mixed structures. Beginning 1941 used for interior structures. Specifications issued in 1937-1940.


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