Chronology of one man's interpretation of miniature models and fascination with fine writing instruments
Tuesday, 7 January 2014
Vallejo Model Air
I have recently bought two
Vallejo Model Air colours for airbrushing. As the name suggests, this is Vallejo's range of paint made
for airbrushing. The manufacturer claims that the pigment is finely
grounded compared to its other range. It's an acrylic paint so it's
water soluble, great for those who hate the strong smell of solvent paints.
From my initial test, I find it to be satisfactory. In my case, I bought two
metallic paint, which are gold and bright brass. The name "bright
brass" is abit misleading because I would expect it to be, well,
brass in colour. In reality it turned out to be silver with a light tint of
gold. For airbrushing acrylic paint, I'll recommend Vallejo Air over
Citadel any time.