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I used Tamiya spray paint for the silver skintone (you should be able to get it from a hobby supply store), and for details I use Jo Sonja's acrylics, there are a couple of nice gold colours in that range (I used a mix of Rich Gold and Copper for Clawdeen's eyeshadow). If you're using metallics it would be a good idea to use a similar coloured base coat first - I used a grey under the silver, you could use a yellow-toned base where you want it, then apply the gold over the top.


The Tamiya Red Bull Racing Renault RB6 Model Kit in 1/20 scale from the plastic racing car model kits range accurately recreates the real life Formula 1 racing car. This Tamiya racing car model requires paint and glue to complete. This is just one of many great kits from the Tamiya plastic models range. For this model we recommend using paints from the following ranges. Tamiya Acrylic Paints Tamiya Spray Paints


After seeing a tip by fellow Hobby Heaven board user Steve Milberry, I started using white plastic spoons to test the new line of Tamiya spray paints. Since then, I've experimented a lot with their metallic colors over different base colors. *All photographs were taken in direct sunlight*

Spray painted bodies drying. We used Tamiya spray paints because of their quick drying times. Most participants had never used a pray can and the results were amazing!

NOTE! Only use Tamiya spray paint with the "PS" PS (spray paint for lexan polycarbonate or clear transparent RC bodies) ------------------------------ Playli...

The Tamiya T-55 Enigma Iraqi Tank in 1/35 scale is a plastic model kit in the Tamiya 1/35 Military range. If you require paints, glues and modelling accessories for this model they can be found here: Tamiya Acrylic Paints Tamiya Spray Paints Glues The T-54/55 series of tanks were developed by the former Soviet Union in the period after WWII and many were exported due to their reliable performance.