ATOM Water Based Finishes
AMMO by Mig Jimenez
Reviewed by Brett Green
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AMMO by Mig Jimenez ATOM Water Based Finishes
Russian Tank Colours WWII:
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and hobby specialists online and worldwide
|Versatile finishing products.
|This versatile new series will give you plenty of options for water based acrylic finishes.
F i r s t L o o k
AMMO by Mig Jimenez has just launched a new range of finishes under the name of ATOM.
I have just received a pack of 12 of AMMO’s new water-based finishes intended for Soviet WWII vehicles. They are:
Although the pack is labelled Russian Tank Colours WWII, most of the colours are generic variations of green that will be suitable for a very wide range of military vehicles in service with many countries and in many theatres.
There is a specific 4BO Green that will be good to have for Soviet vehicles.
The washable White is interesting too.
Each of the paints is packaged in a 20 ml clear plastic container with a pop-top plastic lid. The packaging has a high quality look and feel.
Here is what AMMO by Mig Jimenez has to say about the new range:
“Set of 12 water-based, high-quality ATOM colours specially selected to represent the paint used by Soviet tanks and other vehicles during World War II.
With this set you will be able to represent the three-colour camouflage patterns as well as the standard paint scheme in 4BO green. This set provides you with all the correct colours saving a great deal of time. These colours are accurately matched and slightly lightened to compensate for the scale effect on any model.
The water-based paint formula behaves as a lacquer, and is optimized for maximum performance with both brush and airbrush. These paints stand out for being self-levelling and quick drying, and for their covering power, making them unique to the market. In addition, they are extremely durable, allowing for acrylics, enamels or even hotter modelling products such as decal solutions to be applied over them.
These colours are presented in a new clear 20 ml container featuring a new cap that can be opened and closed with one hand. These paint are non-toxic and odourless.”
The paints have a drying time of ten minutes, and they are fully cured after 24 hours.
I’ll be using these on a project in the near future and will report the results.
Thanks to AMMO by Mig Jimenez for the samples https://www.migjimenez.com/en/