Colour Set B WWII Eastern Front WY-02
The Germans camouflaged their vehicles in the harsh Russian winters with white paint to blend it with the snowy landscape. A white vehicle needs a very special treatment of aging and dirt to be realistic and credible. This special set for German winter vehicles includes the necessary products to achieve a realistic appearance in a winter environment such as the battles of Moscow, Stalingrad, or the siege of Leningrad. This set is specially designed for white camouflage applied on German panzer grey colour (Panzer Grey - C040 German Grey, C513 "Dunkelgrau", C514 "Grau" etc). For the most complete finish, combine with SET D-BASICS.
These Yakumo Colors—Mr. Weathering Color and Mr. Weathering Paste-based weathering colors—were supervised by the world-famous modeler, Mr. Mig Jimenez. WY02 is a weathering paint set for winter camouflaged vehicles in WWII Eastern Front.
- 40ml of Weathering Colors (x 2)
- 18ml of Weathering Pastel
- 6g of Weathering Pastel
Thin each color with the separately-sold Mr. Weathering Colour Thinner (WCT101/102); or MIG015 thinner (YAKUMO thinner)
MIG-005 - WINTER WASH
Apply the wash with a fine brush to details, in panel lines, and around hatches to enhance contrast and volume. Remove the excess with a clean brush moistened with YAKUMO thinner. Let it dry 24 hours.
MIG-006 - WINTER STREAKING GRIME
Draw vertical lines on vertical or sloped surfaces with irregular shapes and different intensity, then blend with a flat brush and YAKUMO thinner to soften. Let it dry 24 hours.
MIG-007 - FRESH DARK MUD
You can apply the mud with a thick brush to the underside of the vehicle, the tracks, and the suspension. You can also apply splashed earth effect with the mud product by the flicking a thick brush loaded with product using a toothpick. This will create mud splatter effects. Make a few tests on an old model or a piece of paper before trying it on the model. Let it dry 24 hours.
MIG-008 - DRY EARTH
Pigment colour to simulate dust effects, particularly on the horizontal areas and around surface details. Apply the pigment dry with a brush and then moisten the surface with thinner. Once dry, it can be moistened again and touched up to achieve the desired effect.