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Few hobbies awaken the emotions that football generates. As Eduardo Galeano wrote “In his life, a man can change his wife, political party or religion, but he cannot change his football team” … “In what way is football similar to God? In the devotion that many believers have for it and in the distrust that many intellectuals have for it.”

 

Football lost its fallen angel and this official resin figure is partly a tribute to scale, but also a declaration of intent to continue crossing borders that modeling has not yet envisioned.

 

Play, imagine, feel, break the norm and now…. Paint.

 

Check the painting guide for this figure here

*This pack includes a basic selection of paints and a brush. In order to know the rest of paints used by Eduardo Fernández, check the previous guide or the product pictures*

 

Figure details:

  • Unassembled figure for painting (glue not included)
  • Scale: 90mm
  • Painting guide and decals included.
  • Base not included.
  • Sculpted by Ariel Mora & Joaquín Palacios.
  • Box Art painted by Eduardo Fernández

 

Pocas aficiones despiertan las emociones que genera el fútbol. Como escribió Eduardo Galeano “En su vida, un hombre puede cambiar de mujer, de partido político o de religión, pero no puede cambiar de equipo de fútbol” … “¿En qué se parece el fútbol a Dios? En la devoción que le tienen muchos creyentes y en la desconfianza que le tienen muchos intelectuales.”

 

El fútbol perdió a su ángel caído y esta figura oficial de resina es, en parte un homenaje a escala, pero también una declaración de intenciones para seguir traspasando fronteras que el modelismo no ha vislumbrado hasta ahora.

 

Juega, imagina, siente, rompe la norma y ahora…. Pinta.

 

Echa un ojo a la guía de pintura aquí

*Este pack incluye una selección básica de pinturas y un pincel. Para conocer el resto de pinturas utilizadas por Eduardo Fernández, consulte la guía anterior o las imágenes del producto*

 

Detalles de la figura:

  • Figura sin montar para pintar (pegamento no incluido)
  • Escala: 90 mm
  • Incluye guía de pintura y calcas.
  • Base no incluida.
  • Esculpido por Ariel Mora y Joaquín Palacios.
  • Box Art pintado por Eduardo Fernández

 

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[Post New] 2020/01/23 14:46:33

    Subject: Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Modock

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AK - Interactive is releasing a huge new range of paints with quite bold claims about their characteristics. As a paint junkie I'm really excited to see
if the words hold any truth. I already use their line of paints and the quality is there.










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AK-Interactive 3rd generation acrylics - review

Ak Interactive hyped their new line of paints to be something groundbreaking and after getting plenty of positive reviews across the net, I decided to give them a try.
I picked up various tones, mostly those that are missing from my collection.
The paints come in a standard size 17ml dropper bottle which is great because the bottle fit into rack designed for Vallejo/Army Painter/Scale 75 paints.
The bottle has a grove on top of the lid to pour a drop of paint into it, a cool feature. Price vise Ak charges 2,6€ per bottle which is 0,15€ per ml. Very reasonable price.
For comparison Vallejo Model Color and Citadel prices from Wayland games. VMC 0,13€ per mland Citadel 0,23€ per ml.
The range is huge more than 230 paints to chose from. The line caters to sci-fi, fantasy and also to scale modeling.
Ok, let's jump into testing.





For the review I've tested their claims about super opacity, durability, dilution and so on.
In the first test I've primed a thin cardboard with a medium grey primer and sprayed a black line to see the opacity. They claimed the paints are ready to be used out
of the bottle and they don't separate, so I just squeezed them on the wet palette and dampen the brush with water. I used distilled water and no fancy thinners.
Let's see the results.





I liked how they performed, the finish is matt (not as flat as Scale 75) and smooth even with no dilution. Consistency is slighty thinner than Vallejo Model Color.
The paints have a great self leveling properties but some minimal thinning is required for maximum performance, more about this later in the review.

As you can see the dark green, amethyst blue, wine red and lead grey have great opacity. The usualy poor coverage colors behaved similar here as well.
Pastel yellow and bright green have poor coverage but it was expected. Honestly you would never paints such colors over black, these are highlight colors.
First layer of dark brown covered poorly but I soon noticed on the palette that paint is very thin more than others. Aha separation, yes the paints separates a bit,
but It's very easy to mix, I just shook the bottle for 10 seconds and it was ready to go. A second coat covered nicely.
The paints separates a little but no way near as Army Painter or Scale 75. From that point on I shook the battle for just 20 seconds before each use.


Next, I've tested how paints perform on a bigger surface. I gave the paint a more difficult challenge, using a bright satin base which is harder for a dark color to cover.
Again I only used a moist brush, no dilution.





After first coat some streaks are visible. The dark blue did quite well, Ivory needed more coats to cover.





Second pass and dark blue covered the surface fully, Ivory needed more coats to cover completely.


I did another try and this time I gave the paint a little help.
For this test only, I used my "acrylic" thinner (distilled water, flow improver and slow dry retarder). The thinner augmented the already great properties of the paint, self leveling and slower drying time.
I loaded the brush a bit more heavily and tried again.




The lower window and the back roof window had just one coat, yes one coat only. The paints performed better slightly more diluted.
I left the paint to cure over night so that I could test their durability and I gotta say that are quite tough. Medium pressure with the finger nail didn't damage
the layer only after stronger scraping I ripped through the paint. The paints are durable, definitely more durable than some other brands out there.



Let's see how the paints behave on an actual figure. I painted the mini with just the AK paints, made washes and glazes with them. I don't have Ak black so I had to paint
the rim of the base with a different brand, but that's the only thing that's not AK. Once again, distilled water only with minimal dilution.






The mini looks almost ready to go after one coat of paint. If you go GWstyle of painting(washes), you could easily get away with just one coat.





After two coats the finish is smooth and uniform. Let's see the figure fully painted and I'll share my experience with the paints.





The mini turned out quite nice for the effort I put into. If I put an hour or two more I could have achieved smoother blends without much hassle, but for the sake of the test It was enough.
I just used normal layering and glazing and I was surprised how easy was to work with the paints. I think this is the biggest strenght of the range.
The paints thin very well and don't break up easily. Also they dry a bit slower meaning you have a longer working time. The paints leave a smooth finish, I haven't noticed any chalkiness.
Dilution is not as critical as with some other brands, dilute too little and you have brush strokes all over the place. All in all very pleased with the paints.



Let's move on...metallics next.

I base coated the model with a Dark Brown and Lead Grey to have a nice foundation for the metallics. Two coats for each color...Lead grey is such a wonderful
color, very nice base coat for NMMsteel.







First coat of metallics went down smoothly except on the sword but It was my fault, I manipulated the paint for too long and I ripped the paint off, so ignore the sword.
The paints will need another coat to cover completely. The pigment is very fine and the paints are reflective, especially natural steel, although this is not so obviously
seen in the picture. Rusty brass is a warm golden color, perfect for a fantasy gold metallic. Natural steel is a bright middle tone steel, has various uses I would say.





Second coat almost covered completely but for a perfect uniform finish another coat was needed. For comparison I painted the lower part of the blade with
Vallejo Model Color Oily Steel. The size in mica particles is huge, very noticeable.
The finish of the AK metallics are similar to Model Air but the coverage is bit weaker, Model Air / Metal Color steel metallics are one coat coverage.



Summury


pros

- big range, huge selection of paints, from highly saturated/vivid to muted tones. Various mediums, primers and inks. A fully complete line of paints
- the paints are high pigmented that offer a smooth finish in few coats
- very easy to work with, not much dilution is needed for max performance
- durable and strong finish
- reasonably priced
- dropper bottles


cons

- the paints still separate a little but It's very easy to mix them
- this is more my preference than a con, the finish is not as flat as some other brands



Final thoughts


Without a doubt these are high quality paints that can easily stand toe to toe with other giants of miniature paints. Are they revolutionary...hard to answer, but they
do combine many important characteristics I seek in paints. Will I buy more...I definitely will. First I'll pick up the tones I lack and then will see.


I couldn't test the paints with an airbrush cause I don't have one, but the word is out that are also nice for airbrushing. Down are links to some other reviews if anyone is interested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLsYCj73e58&t=460s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf_6EjQyDq8&t=710s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVbrKOvcowU







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[Post New] 2020/01/24 06:32:18

    Subject: Re:A revolutionary new range of paints from AK Interactive

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Snrub

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Melbourne


And what exactly makes them "revolutionary"?

They're not the first to make that claim. And once again, there's a lot of trumpet blowing yet not much in the way of evidence to back it up.


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[Post New] 2020/01/24 12:02:32

    Subject: Re:A revolutionary new range of paints from AK Interactive

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Modock

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I'm skeptical by nature and I definitely wanna see them in action before saying anything.

My favourite range of paints is Model color (great paints indeed), but is not perfect. The paints separate, some are really thick and need vigurous shaking (agitator is almost needed), this gets little annoying
especially when using 15+ paints for a single model. Not as durable as other ranges. Not as matt as other ranges.


They claim brush ready which means, at least as I understand it, thinner consistency with ultra high coverage which I really like to see it to believe it.
The paints won't separate....I wanna see that as well.
Usually paints ment for brush are thicker than for airbrush. Model Color vs. Model Air...this AK range caters to both applications equally.
More durable than other paints....


My perfect paint.

Slightly thinner consistency.
Excellent coverage
Matt finish
Durable
Wide range
No separation
And of course dropper bottle

Most of these wishes are in this new line of paints (their claims)...will see if any of this is true.

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[Post New] 2020/05/01 11:27:49

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Galdust

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Anyone had the opportunity to test these paints yet?

I needed a turquoise color for my color palette and bought Aquatic Turquiose from AK's new paint range. I must say that I am very impressed. Good coverage, matte finish, and it was also pretty thin (as expected for a combo airbrush/regular brush paint?). Also, compared to Vallejo Model Colors (my favourite paint line to date), there was not much need for vigorous shaking. Which made my arm very happy..

It was only one paint sample, so I will hesitate to say that my experience holds true for all their new paints, but I will definately buy some more as I look to replace many of my Vallejo Game Colors (which I find to be very glossy, except for the extra opaque ones). If they perform similar, I can only recommend this new range to anyone needing new paints or looking to replace their old ones.

   
[Post New] 2020/05/01 12:04:30

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Power Elephant

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I've only ever seen one brand of paints be completely and utterly unseperable, it's called kreul, their acrylic matte range. It's marketed as a craft paint rather than a scale moddeler one. It's very cheap, has good coverage, never splits, doesn't come in a dropper bottle, reasonably resistant, medium sized range, isn't pre thinned. It's a real hidden gem usefull for a lot of things, though I've found that some other ranges simply "feel" better when applying it, can't really explain it better than that.


I do commissions: https://www.facebook.com/BoxyBrush/
https://www.instagram.com/boxbrushworkminis/
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Shop with files for printing models: https://cults3d.com/en/users/bbmpaint/creations
Shop with painted models: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BBMpaint
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgnVVMjHZ2kGYoW_gYUxK-A
You can follow any projects I'm working on here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/722207.page 

   
[Post New] 2020/05/01 12:12:06

    Subject: Re:A revolutionary new range of paints from AK Interactive

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Modock

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I've jumped in and bought 20 or so paints from the mentioned new range and I like them. I gonna post a short review and share my thoughts.

   
[Post New] 2020/05/03 15:58:13

    Subject: Re:A revolutionary new range of paints from AK Interactive

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Galdust

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 Modock wrote:
I've jumped in and bought 20 or so paints from the mentioned new range and I like them. I gonna post a short review and share my thoughts.


Looking forward to your review. Have you had the chance to test their metallic paints from the same range?
   
[Post New] 2020/05/03 20:16:59

    Subject: Re:A revolutionary new range of paints from AK Interactive

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Modock

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Camouflaged Zero



Galdust wrote:
Looking forward to your review. Have you had the chance to test their metallic paints from the same range?



I bought two metallic paints for testing purpose to see if they are any good. I will need a few more days to finish the review.
   
[Post New] 2020/05/09 17:56:33

    Subject: Re:Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Modock

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OP updated with the review of the paints.

   
[Post New] 2020/05/10 12:27:45

    Subject: Re:Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Galdust

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Excellent review. Very thorugh and informative - thank you!

I have bought 9 more of their paints, and I'm still very happy with how they perform.
   
[Post New] 2020/05/11 00:06:04

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feltmonkey

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Superb review, Modock. I'm very tempted to get a few of them to try them out.

   
[Post New] 2020/05/11 05:26:21

    Subject: Re:Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Modock

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Camouflaged Zero



Thanks Galdust and Feltmonkey, I appreciate It. The paints are definitely worth a try.

   
[Post New] 2020/05/15 15:16:37

    Subject: Re:Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Galdust

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 Modock wrote:
Thanks Galdust and Feltmonkey, I appreciate It. The paints are definitely worth a try.


Have you tested more of their metallics recently? Not much to be found of pictures or videos. I'm in need for some silver/steel colors, but not sure if I should go for AK og Vallejo Model Air, which you mentioned have better coverage.

I got to try AK Rusty Gold, which is a pretty unique color. Much darker than the Rusty Brass you testet. Had good coverage and works great as a basecoat for golden colors.

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[Post New] 2020/05/16 20:33:35

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Modock

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Camouflaged Zero



Galdust wrote:

Have you tested more of their metallics recently? Not much to be found of pictures or videos. I'm in need for some silver/steel colors, but not sure if I should go for AK og Vallejo Model Air, which you mentioned have better coverage.

I got to try AK Rusty Gold, which is a pretty unique color. Much darker than the Rusty Brass you testet. Had good coverage and works great as a basecoat for golden colors.



Nope, I just took two for testing purpose, but I'll probably buy gun metal and gold. They also have colored metallics but I haven't seen any reviews yet.

Vallejo model air and especially Metal Color are amazing metallics. Metal Color are probably the best acrylic metallics on the market, plenty of rave reviews out there.
   
[Post New] 2020/05/17 13:54:31

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Galdust

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 Modock wrote:

Galdust wrote:

Have you tested more of their metallics recently? Not much to be found of pictures or videos. I'm in need for some silver/steel colors, but not sure if I should go for AK og Vallejo Model Air, which you mentioned have better coverage.

I got to try AK Rusty Gold, which is a pretty unique color. Much darker than the Rusty Brass you testet. Had good coverage and works great as a basecoat for golden colors.



Nope, I just took two for testing purpose, but I'll probably buy gun metal and gold. They also have colored metallics but I haven't seen any reviews yet.

Vallejo model air and especially Metal Color are amazing metallics. Metal Color are probably the best acrylic metallics on the market, plenty of rave reviews out there.


Yeah, I have one bottle of Vallejo Metal Color gold. A very greenish gold, more like brass I would say, but I like it, and the coverage is excellent. Is great coverage a property of the silvers in that range as well?

I went and bought AK's Oily Steel, Natural Steel, and Gold. I tested them over a light beige primer. Oily Steel and Natural Steel are very similar, with the latter being more blueish, and the former more brownish.I can only compare them to the silver colors from Citadel (an old bottle of Boltgun metal, and the newer Ironbreaker and Runefang steel). Coverage was a bit weaker than the Citadel metallics and required at least two layers to cover the light beige primer, which is not the easiest of primers to cover with silver metallics.. I'm currently painting plate armour on some Roman legionnairies, and mixing Oily Steel with a grey paint as a basecoat helped to cover much better before applying a second layer of Oily Steel alone. AK Gold was a classic orange/yellow gold.

Of the four metallics I've tried from the new AK range, Rusty Gold stands out for having by far the better coverage.

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[Post New] 2020/05/17 17:52:21

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Modock

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Camouflaged Zero



Galdust wrote:
 Modock wrote:

Galdust wrote:

Have you tested more of their metallics recently? Not much to be found of pictures or videos. I'm in need for some silver/steel colors, but not sure if I should go for AK og Vallejo Model Air, which you mentioned have better coverage.

I got to try AK Rusty Gold, which is a pretty unique color. Much darker than the Rusty Brass you testet. Had good coverage and works great as a basecoat for golden colors.



Nope, I just took two for testing purpose, but I'll probably buy gun metal and gold. They also have colored metallics but I haven't seen any reviews yet.

Vallejo model air and especially Metal Color are amazing metallics. Metal Color are probably the best acrylic metallics on the market, plenty of rave reviews out there.


Yeah, I have one bottle of Vallejo Metal Color gold. A very greenish gold, more like brass I would say, but I like it, and the coverage is excellent. Is great coverage a property of the silvers in that range as well?

I went and bought AK's Oily Steel, Natural Steel, and Gold. I tested them over a light beige primer. Oily Steel and Natural Steel are very similar, with the latter being more blueish, and the former more brownish.I can only compare them to the silver colors from Citadel (an old bottle of Boltgun metal, and the newer Ironbreaker and Runefang steel). Coverage was a bit weaker than the Citadel metallics and required at least two layers to cover the light beige primer, which is not the easiest of primers to cover with silver metallics.. I'm currently painting plate armour on some Roman legionnairies, and mixing Oily Steel with a grey paint as a basecoat helped to cover much better before applying a second layer of Oily Steel alone. AK Gold was a classic orange/yellow gold.

Of the four metallics I've tried from the new AK range, Rusty Gold stands out for having by far the better coverage.


Oh cool, thanks for the info, I might pick up Rusty Gold as well.
   
[Post New] 2020/05/20 14:09:40

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tauist

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These paints piqued my interest, and having researched a bit online, they really seem very promising. I'm ordering a batch of em along with their metallics, primers and thinners.

Here's a direct link to the colour chart PDF
http://www.ak-masters.com/app/pdf/ACRYLICSCOLORCHART+EQUIVALENCES.pdf

(I don't know if their PDF uses JPG image compression.. If it does, the colours will not be 100% accurate)

Oddly enough, there is very little similarity in colours vs Citadel, for example. These colours might not go all that well with your earlier stuff. I will know soon enough.

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[Post New] 2020/05/20 15:23:51

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Modock

Made in si
Camouflaged Zero



tauist wrote:
These paints piqued my interest, and having researched a bit online, they really seem very promising. I'm ordering a batch of em along with their metallics, primers and thinners.

Here's a direct link to the colour chart PDF
http://www.ak-masters.com/app/pdf/ACRYLICSCOLORCHART+EQUIVALENCES.pdf

(I don't know if their PDF uses JPG image compression.. If it does, the colours will not be 100% accurate)

Oddly enough, there is very little similarity in colours vs Citadel, for example. These colours might not go all that well with your earlier stuff. I will know soon enough.



The range is more comparable to Model Color than to Citadel although there are quite a few additional tones which Model Color is missing and could be similar to citadel's. What I've learned buying paints
over the net that digital swatches are a lot of times inaccurate. When I search for tones I look them in videos and painting guides.
Well the range is huge I'd say plenty of citadel paints have equivalent colors in 3rd genline.

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[Post New] 2020/05/23 08:21:22

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tauist

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You turn to painting videos for evaluating colour shades? I'd personslly never trust the white balance settings on most youtubers' videos, but YMMV I guess

Its a given that paint colour swatches dont give a perfect representation either, but there at least I know what to expect (larger, flat surface always tends to look different than a smaller, more angular one for example). Working both with graphic design and broadcasting has made me painfully aware of many colour pitfalls, so I might be overthinking things a bit tho!

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[Post New] 2020/05/24 12:25:45

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Galdust

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tauist wrote:
You turn to painting videos for evaluating colour shades? I'd personslly never trust the white balance settings on most youtubers' videos, but YMMV I guess

Its a given that paint colour swatches dont give a perfect representation either, but there at least I know what to expect (larger, flat surface always tends to look different than a smaller, more angular one for example). Working both with graphic design and broadcasting has made me painfully aware of many colour pitfalls, so I might be overthinking things a bit tho!



Depends on the YouTuber. Some of the more "home made" type of videos, often filmed in poor lightning, are useless if you're interested in knowing the precise colors, but videos in yt channels like Angel GiraldeZ and Dr Faust's Painting Clinic give a much better impression of the actual paint color than the color swatches.

I'm lucky enough to live nearby a store that sells all of the AK and Vallejo ranges, so I usually decide on which paint to buy by looking at the underside of the paint bottles. Quite often, the difference between the actual paint and the color swatch is pretty significant.

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[Post New] 2020/05/27 03:25:14

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Ghaz

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Florence, KY


A review from Pete the Wargamer...



'It is a source of constant consternation that my opponents
cannot correlate their innate inferiority with their inevitable
defeat. It would seem that stupidity is as eternal as war.'

- Nemesor Zahndrekh of the Sautekh Dynasty
Overlord of the Crownworld of Gidrim
 

   
[Post New] 2020/05/27 06:59:35

    Subject: Re:Review of the new range of paints from AK Interactive 3rd generation acrylics

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Modock

Made in si
Camouflaged Zero



Galdust wrote:

tauist wrote:
You turn to painting videos for evaluating colour shades? I'd personslly never trust the white balance settings on most youtubers' videos, but YMMV I guess

Its a given that paint colour swatches dont give a perfect representation either, but there at least I know what to expect (larger, flat surface always tends to look different than a smaller, more angular one for example). Working both with graphic design and broadcasting has made me painfully aware of many colour pitfalls, so I might be overthinking things a bit tho!



Depends on the YouTuber. Some of the more "home made" type of videos, often filmed in poor lightning, are useless if you're interested in knowing the precise colors, but videos in yt channels like Angel GiraldeZ and Dr Faust's Painting Clinic give a much better impression of the actual paint color than the color swatches.

I'm lucky enough to live nearby a store that sells all of the AK and Vallejo ranges, so I usually decide on which paint to buy by looking at the underside of the paint bottles. Quite often, the difference between the actual paint and the color swatch is pretty significant.


Exactly, I get the most accurate color matches from high quality Ytube videos and painting guides. I had many hard mismatches when relying on the color chart.

Ghaz wrote:A review from Pete the Wargamer...




I've seen the review, too bad he didn't use many regular colors, he tested just three, otherwise a nice and informative review.

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[Post New] 2020/05/29 12:18:38

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Galdust

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Another review. I like his reviews in general, and this one is no exception.


   
[Post New] 2020/05/29 17:39:36

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tauist

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Finally got my order shipped. I'd say, to my old eye, the colour shades look almost exactly like on the PDF colour chart. Very impressed with the chart shade accuracy so far!

Only colours that were way off the charts were the metallics, but that's understandable considering how poor RGB or CMYK is at trying to depict a metallic shade.

My deep yellow (from the intense colours) is a bit weird, a bit patchy and the first drops of colour werent consistent, but other than that, everything seems promising. Time for some painting tests! I am hoping these shades will give me a perfect BA colourscheme for airbrushing. Will let you know how it goes.

FWIW rubber black and white grey are brilliant shades for off white / off black (not a fan of pure white and I need a highlight colour for pure black so both bases covered!)

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Modock

Made in si
Camouflaged Zero



Oh nice, looking forward to your experience with them.
I would be great if you could share which colors you bought and how you find them...
   
[Post New] 2020/05/30 01:50:16

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MRPYM

Made in us
Mechanized Halqa



For those who tried, how close are these colors to their equivalent in vallejo? I might change some of my vallejo paint for their equivalent in this range.



 
   
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Modock

Made in si
Camouflaged Zero



 MRPYM wrote:
For those who tried, how close are these colors to their equivalent in vallejo? I might change some of my vallejo paint for their equivalent in this range.

I specifically took the colors I was missing in my Vallejo range except for Ivory (always useful paint), which matches almost perfecly with Model color equivalent.
Ak Ivory is really tiny bit warmer but the difference is negligible, almost unnoticeable. After inspecting around, I'd say AK paints match pretty closely to Vallejo MC.
   
[Post New] 2020/05/30 13:31:54

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Galdust

Made in no
Fresh-Faced New User


I have Scarlet Red and Violet red from both ranges). Bought them because they looked quite different by looking at the bottles in the store. And putting a drop of each on my palette, they do look very different. E.g. Violet Red from AK is more greyish and darker then Violet Red from VMC, which is a much stronger and brighter purple. This is just two colors though, but I wouldn't trust identical names to be more or less identical colors.

   
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Modock

Made in si
Camouflaged Zero



Galdust wrote:
I have Scarlet Red and Violet red from both ranges). Bought them because they looked quite different by looking at the bottles in the store. And putting a drop of each on my palette, they do look very different. E.g. Violet Red from AK is more greyish and darker then Violet Red from VMC, which is a much stronger and brighter purple. This is just two colors though, but I wouldn't trust identical names to be more or less identical colors.



Oh, good to know, especially cause Violet Red is on my to buy list. How different is AK Scarlet red to Vallejo's?
   
[Post New] 2020/05/30 17:40:47

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tauist

Made in fi
Shas'ui with Bonding Knife



Ok, so now have been getting a few hours in with the new paints. Some first impressions:

- These paints need to be thinned down heavily! So far, I have settled to a 3 parts thinner, 1 part paint for brush applications, and still figuring out the sweet spot for airbrush applications. Clogged up my airbrush on the first try, which suggests I didnt thin the paint down enough.. Might also have been some user error, I am still quite a noob with the airbrush, but I really, really recommend thinning alot! Paint coverage seems to hold up well even when thinning heavily. Plus the usual flow improvers etc with the airbrush to help with paint drying.. The AKs dry to a distinct "skin" which can be peeled off, its a bit different paint chemically-wise than my Citadels or Vallejos, thats for sure..

Rubber black is a superb color, loving it! Would make for a great base for building up NMM I reckon (but dont do NMM myself so YMMV). The closest shade to Citadel mechrite red that I got so far seems to be "Dirty Red", but its a more saturated red than the old foundation colour.

Overall, I am really digging the colour saturation of the AK's - colours seem very vivid, even on black primer.. Almost looks like citadels on white primer! If someone is looking for more subdued tones, I am sure some matt varnish will tone things down suitably. Importantly, all colours I've tried so far dry to a matt finish - this is vital for my tastes!

I bought mostly reds, two yellows, two browns, two greys, a bunch of metallics and gray white and rubber black (my BA main colours). And also the new primer, thinner and matt varnish. Haven't used the matt varnish yet. But I am quite pleased with these, and considering they are immune to weathering side-effects (enamel/oil thinner resistant), I will probably be buying more of these in the future. I don't think I can completely switch to using them, as some of my fave citadel colours seem to be missing, but its a bloody good start!

Here's a quick color comparison. The marine on the left was painted with 100% citadel colours, the one on the right is painted with 100% AK 3.0
(Haveamercy, the AK one isnt highlighted and finedetailed yet)

EDIT: Whoopsie! This was bugging me, so rechecked my old notes.. the citadel colour I'm referring to as being "Mephiston Red" is actually the old foundation "Mechrite Red". fix'd

EDIT2: After having had some more time with these paints, some clarifications. First, I'm not convinced anymore that Dirty Red is the best match for Citadel Mechrite/Khorne Red. A closer match would probably be somewhere in the more brownish reds, like Carmine or Bordeaux Red. However, I dont have those shades myself so cannot confirm this. The Dirty Red is only close in terms of monochromatic "brightness", the exact shade is much too saturated. Second, I really love these paints for brushing applications, coverage is good even with considerable thinning, however airbrush use seems to be a bit tricky. Right now I'm sticking to Citadel airs for airbrushing, and using the AKs for brush painting only. I'll soin have access to an airbrush with a bigger nozzle (currently using a 0.35mm which isnt ideal for acrylics), perhaps going to 0.5mm will make airbrushing with the AKs more manageable.


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The new Real Colors paint range is a very, very special step forward for AK.

And we guess for you, too.

AK Real Colors is a state-of-the-art acrylic lacquer paint developed in our own laboratories.

We are bringing to you a whole new range of acrylic lacquer paints and another step in the evolution of the products from our company. That has been a project we have been quietly thinking, working and developing for a long, long time.

Our objectives were for an improved chemical formula over other brands in the market and a paint of the highest quality. And finally, after all that lengthy, quiet development and testing, we have them ready for you to enjoy: Real Colors.

Just to start, a line of 114 references (Standard, WWII, Modern, Clear and Varnishes) perfectly suited for AFVs, and readying a similar line specifically for aircraft. So stay tuned in the coming months ;)

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Can be diluted with our own specific thinner or the ones from other brands and types: acrylic lacquer (non-vinyl), lacquer thinner, alcohol...

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REALCOLOR ACCURACY

We had the right formula.

Now, for the right color, we needed the advice and expertise some wise men have acquired on this subject. It was time for calling to The Experts.

Their knowledge on the matter is second to none. They have researched for years through official, private and industry archives about the inception, development, production and use of military colors. Their work over the original army orders and documents, has been reflected in many definitive books and articles. All these have contributed not just in bringing for modelers a wealth of new and reliable information, but helped also dispelling a lot of myths.

We are grateful for the combined effort by these experts, which along with the study of preserved equipment and the laboratory work, make together the most detailed and meticulous study carried out by a paint brand to get our accurate, Real Colors.

THE EXPERTS

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Born in 1956 in Nüremberg, Germany. Studied precision instrument engineering and since 1988 is at the wheel of the family bussiness Farben-Kiroff-Technik in Fürth/Bavaria.

He’s both an expert technician and a big fan of the research and study of colors, and a devoted aviation historian. Along the years he has authored some real classic references like the two volumes devoted to the Luftwaffe Camouflage and Markings 1933-1945, famous amongst modellers for the informative text, the number of previously unknown photographs and the useful color paint chip cards. He has also writen a good number of articles and publications. Actually aviation and historic museums (like the German Technical Museum Berlin, the Luftwaffe Museun Gatow, the Luftfahrtmuseum Laatzen, etc.) and a number or European private restorers are making good use of his knowledge to reproduce the original colors.

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Born in 1963 at Wroclaw, Poland. Work at the Wroclawís University of Economics in Macroeconomics Department as professor. His specialization is international marketing and cultural considerations of international business.

Since 1991 is the owner of ACE Publication publishing office and information agency. He has co-operated with many Polish and foreign publishers like Caraktere SARL from France, Hobby Japan and Shinkigensha from Japan, and Magnum-X and Stratus/MMP Books from Poland. Has writen over 50 books, both on armor (like T-34-85 1944-1945 camouflage & markings, IS tanks camouflage and makings, Panzerwaffe aces camouflage & markings) and aircraft (like Il28 Beagle, MiG-21bis, Fokker D.XXI, MiG-29 Fulcrum camouflage and markings, Su-27 Flanker family camouflage & markings, MiG-29 close-up photo book, Macchi C.202 Folgore, Fiat Cr 42 Falco) and over 200 articles published in Poland and around the world.

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Born in 1940 at Northampton, UK. Worked briefly in aviation and coach-building, was member of the Royal Observer Corps, teachied aircraft recognition and nuclear blast/fallout monitoring, and was emergency driver/technician for 30+ years until retirement as an Operational First Line Manager.

Mike has a lifelong interest in military aircraft and vehicle camouflage & colors. He has writen and self publish four most useful booklets on WW2 British military colors: the concise text and notes, the line drawings showing the camouflage schemes and patterns, along with colour chips and paint mixes, have become a handy reference and a must for British Army modellers. He also produces a range of 1/76 decal sheets, and builds aircraft and military vehicle models whilst researching accurate color mixes for WW2 RAF aircraft and from other nations. Has also co-authored five books on pre-WW 2 USAAC, USN/USMC, pre-WW RAF and F.A.A. and training aircraft.

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Born in 1952, Steven J. Zaloga is a recognized American historian, defense consultant, and author on military technology. He has received a bachelor's degree cum laude in History from Union College and a masters degree at Columbia University. He has worked as an analyst in the aerospace industry for over two decades, covering missile systems and the international arms trade, has served with the Institute for Defense Analyses (a federal think tank) and presently is a senior analyst at the Teal Group.

He has researched and published many books and articles dealing with modern military technology and warfare, especially the US Army in World War II as well as Russia and the former Soviet Union. He is also a noted scale armor modeler, member of the AMPS (Armor Modeling and Preservation Society) and a frequent and very active contributor to several modelling websites.

ANALYZING THE ORIGINAL COLORS

For the study of preserved equipment to get the best idea of the original colors we trusted in recognized and independent laboratories. Usually these pieces have suffered from weather and exposure, but some fairly protected parts show clearly how these colors looked when new. These match the original color chips, sometimes differing just a little due to the variety of paint components used.

The composition of the color can be find out using current technology with a + -1% error, depending on the pigments used, the specific colors and the state of conservation. The technique used to discover the originally used pigments is based on the color curve in the visible spectrum band. The perception of the color depends on the type of illuminant or light that affects the object, and the human eye that observes the object.

Various factors can alter the perception of color, so a spectrophotometer is used to apply the light (daylight, incandescent and fluorescent) in the same way every time to collect a consistent, objective color curve. That color curve would be of a determined color, with a determined illuminant and composed of several pigments. We must find out the pigments and their combination to get a color curve which matches the curve generated by the original sample. A database maintains the characteristics of each original pigment and its specific curve, so a program can match and select the right ones for the color curve to be the same under all three illuminants. It could be possible to reach a certain color along different paths and pigment mixtures. But only one of them is the one that will reproduce, exactly, the original mixture of pigments with the exact same curve under all of the illuminants. That’s the Real Color.

We are grateful for the combined effort by these experts, the study of preserved equipment and the laboratory work, that make together the most detailed and meticulous study carried out by a paint brand to get our accurate, Real Colors.

THE PAINTS

113 COLORS • STANDARD • WWII • MODERN • CLEAR • VARNISHES

RC023
Olive Drab Nº9 / Nº22

RC025
Dark Olive Drab Nº31

RC027
Forest Green
FS 34079

RC028
Interior Green
FS 34151

RC029
Nº5 Earth Brown
FS 30099

RC030
Earth Yellow
FS 30257

RC031
Nº8 Earth Red
FS 30117

RC038
BSC Nº28 Silver Grey

RC040
BSC Nº61 Light Stone

RC041
BSC Nº64 Portland Stone

RC042
British Dark Olive Green PFI

RC043
British Desert Pink ZI

RC045
BSC Nº49 Light Purple Brown

RC046
Elfelbein Ivory
RAL 1001

RC047
Olivgrün Olive Green
RAL 6003

RC048
Feldgrau Field Grey
RAL 6006

RC050
Dunkelgrün Dark Green
RAL 6009

RC051
Marinegrau Navy Grey
RAL 7002

RC053
Graugrün Gray Green
RAL 7008

RC054
Hellgraü Light Grey
RAL 7009

RC055
Blaugrau Blue Grey
RAL 7016

RC056
Dunkelbraun Dark Brown
RAL 7017

RC057
Dunkelgrau Dark Gray
RAL 7021

RC059
Dunkelgelb Nach
Muster

RC060
Dunkelgelb
Dark Yellow
RAL 7028

RC061
Dunkelgelb Ausgabe 44
RAL7028 ver. 1944

RC062
Dunkelgelb Dark Yellow
(variant)

RC063
Gelbbraun Yellow Brown
RAL 8000

RC064
Erdgelb Earth Yellow
RAL 8002

RC066
Rot Red Brown
RAL 8013

RC067
Rot Red Brown
RAL 8012

RC068
Rotbraun Red Brown
RAL 8017

RC070
Common Protective ZO

RC076
Protective Green 1920s-1930s

RC077
ZB AU Basic Protector

RC086
Gelboliv (Initial)
RAL 6014

RC087
Gelboliv (Late)
RAL 6014

RC088
Sandbeige
RAL 1039-F9

RC089
Graubeige Grey Beige
RAL 1040-F9

RC090
Helloliv Olive
RAL 6040-F9

RC092
Sandbraun
RAL 8031-F9

RC095
IDF Sand Grey
1970s-1980s

RC096
IDF Early Sand Yellow

RC098
Russian Modern Green

RC099
Russian Greyish Yellow

RC101
Egyptian Desert Sand

RC102
Syrian Republican Guard Desert Yellow

RC103
Libyan Army Desert Grey

RC104
Iraqi Army Desert Sand

REAL COLORS AIR

133 COLORS • WWII • MODERN

RC206
Russian Cockpit Torquise

RC207
Leuchtorange Luminous Orange

RC209
Olive Green USMC Green RAL 6003/FS 34095

RC210
Silvergrau Silver Grey

RC212
Basaltgrau Basalt Grey

RC213
Steingrau Stone Grey

RC214
Lichtgrau Light Grey

RC215
Staubgrau Dustry Grey

RC216
Quarzgrau Quarz Grey

RC217
Seidengrau Silk Grey

RC218
Olivbraun Olive Braun

RC219
MNO 2036 Smalt Khaki Avion

RC220
Light Gull Grey FS 16440

RC222
Insignia White FS 17875

RC229
US Army Helo Drab FS 34031

RC230
Dull Dark Green FS34092

RC231
Field Green FS 34097

RC234
Agressor Blue FS 35109

RC235
Intermediate Blue FS 35164

RC237
Medium Grey FS 35237

RC239
Air Superiority Blue FS 35450

RC240
Light Sky Blue FS 35526

RC241
Duck Egg Blue FS 35662

RC242
Dark EggPlant Grey FS36076

RC244
Medium Gunship Grey FS 36118

RC246
F-15 Dark Grey (Mod Eagle) FS 36176

RC247
Dark Gull Grey FS 36231

RC248
Aggressor Grey FS 36251

RC249
Medium Grey FS 36270

RC250
Light Sea Grey FS 36307

RC251
Dark Ghost Grey FS 36320

RC252
Light Ghost Grey FS 36375

RC254
Camouflage Grey FS 36622

RC262
US Interior Yellow Green

RC265
RLM 02 GLM-Grau (1938)

RC266
RLM 02 RLM-Grau (1941)

RC285
RAF Sky Grey FS 26273

RC289
RAF Medium Sea Grey BS381C/637

RC293
RAF Cockpit Grey-Green

RC295
RAF Extra Dark Sea Grey BS381C/640

RC296
RAF Dark Sea Grey BS381C/638

RC297
RAF Pru Blue BSC381C/636

RC298
RAF Light Aircraft Grey BS381C/627

RC299
RAF Camouflage (Barley) Grey BS381C/626

RC300
RAF Dark Camouflage Grey BS381C/629

RC301
RAF Camouflage Beige (HEMP) BS381C/389

RC302
IJN J3 Hai-Ro (Grey)

RC303
IJN J3 SP (Amber Grey)

RC304
IJN D1 Deep Green Black

RC306
IJN M3 (M) Mitsubishi Interior Green

RC307
IJN M3 (N) Nakajima Interior Green

RC309
AII Protective (Green)

RC314
A-21M Light Yellowish Brown

RC319
A-14 Interior Steel Grey

RC322
RLM 76 Late War Variation

RC328
Hairyokushoku (Grey Green)

RC329
Hairanshoku (Grey Indigo)

RC330
Ohryoku Nana Go Shoku (Olive Brown)

RC332
Ao Midori Iro (Blue Green)

RC333
KI Midori Iro (Yellow Green)

RC334
Karkusa Iro (Dry Grass Colour)

RC335
Cha Kasshoku (Tea Colour)

REAL COLORS OF WWII
AFV

To round-up the Real Colors presentation to the modelling community, we thought about preparing a special book.

A limited edition and accurately printed book devoted to the original colors of WWII, authored by experts Jürgen Kiroff, Przemyslaw Skulski, Mike Starmer & Steven Zaloga.

A real travel through the research of official, private and industry archives about the development and use of colors on German, Russian USA and British AFVs. 200 pages full of text, color photographs, camouflage schemes, profiles, general camouflage rules, etc. A must book for modellers who like to know more about the real thing and THE definitive guide for WWII AFV Colors.


CONTENTS

German colors & camouflage.
RAL system & color cards. OKH regulations Pre-war Early war Russia Africa The Tricolor system The beginning of the end The end Dunkelgelb and Rotbraun color comparison Original color parts and analysis WWII color photographs

Soviet camouflage.
Camouflage of the Red Army vehicles Description of paints Original color parts WWII color photographs

British camouflage.
The color standards Pre-war, B.E.F. & Home Forces New colors & changes U.S. supplied vehicles Middle East Colors: The Caunter Scheme. Other areas Caunter cancelled October 1942 & post Alamein Tunisia, Sicily & Italy colors Change of color The Far East

U.S. Army camouflage
Olive Drab Camouflage paints. Camouflage manuals Field camouflage Camouflage in the Pacific


Extremely important, the chips that appear in the book, even though they are not painted with paint (which would increase the complexity of the publishing process and make the book prohibitively expensive) are highly controlled and calibrated in the most precise way, under the current parameters of printing and technology, to provide the modeller with the most accurate color chips available. The tolerance of colors in the book is +/- 4%.

REAL COLORS OF WWII AIRCRAFT

The Real Colors for aircraft models could not be introduced without releasing a special book devoted to this subject. Renowned researchers Maciej Góralczyk, Gerald T. Högl, Jürgen Kiroff, Nicholas Millman and Mikhail V. Orlov teamed up in order to produce the most up-to-date reference book on the aircraft colors of the main WWII adversaries: Germany, United States, Great Britain and Soviet Union.

The resulting study is a comprehensive guide to the colors and camouflage schemes, presented on over 200 pages and illustrated with several color profiles, document reprints and dozens of b/w and color photos, many of which are very rare. Included is the latest information on the Luftwaffe’s late war colors, which have been reproduced as scale colors on the basis of the original paint factory recipes by Gerald T. Högl and Jürgen Kiroff. For the very first time, the unparalleled research on the Soviet Air Force colors done by Mikhail V. Orlov is introduced to the non-Russian readers. Nicholas Millman’s archival research brings us accurate reproduction and description of the colors used by the USAAF, US Navy and RAF/FAA.

This book is a true must-have for anyone with even a slight interest in WWII aircraft colors.


Extremely important, the chips that appear in the book, even though they are not painted with paint (which would increase the complexity of the publishing process and make the book prohibitively expensive) are highly controlled and calibrated in the most precise way, under the current parameters of printing and technology, to provide the modeller with the most accurate color chips available. The tolerance of colors in the book is +/- 4%.

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