Wartime photos are mostly black and white, and color photos can be deceptive.
So, the RLM list provided here is a compilation of several subjective opinions from a variety of sources — some definitive, others not so much, but all with an eye toward what you can get when you go shopping to paint your next flugzeug. If you are having trouble downloading the file below, save the file to your desktop and then open it through Adobe Reader by going to "Open" in the "File" drop-down menu. Online Extra: Painting Monogram's Wildcat.
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Durable these are actually automotive paints. So Mr. Color and Aerotech share basically the same properties, but you must pay attention to the thinning ratio, as some colors may be tricky to paint mottling effects. Larger areas can be airbrushed with more tolerant thinning ratios. However, Model Master paints are enamels, and therefore they take longer to dry.
I for one have been finding difficulties to spray mottling with these paints sometimes, particularly the flat ones not the case here, though. But how about the accuracy of these paints? That's the question I want to answer here. The colors used in my tests are the following, all thinned with their recommended thinners SG stands for semi-gloss sheen and G for gloss : Mr.