Vallejo Model Color German Camouflage Darkgreen is part of the Model Color program of the brand Vallejo and is a dark green acrylic paint in a 17ml. eyedropper jar.
The color of Vallejo Model Color German Camouflage Darkgreen (70,979) is similar to: Federal Standard: 34064; RAL: 6007; Humbrol 91; Tamiya XF27; Vallejo Model Air: 71019.
The colors are chosen with the help and advice of the best model painters from different countries. The Model Color formula consists of permanent pigments for detailed work; this dark green color is also completely light-fast and opaque, except for the fluorescent and transparent colors that are semi-opaque.The Model Color program contains a huge range of colors and also has an interesting collection of mediums and varnishes specially designed for Miniature and Model painting.
Mistakes can be corrected with water or with a little alcohol, provided this is done immediately. The consistency of Model Color ensures an extremely smooth and tight paint film without any trace of the brush strokes. The dark green color can easily be applied with a brush and dry to a matte result.Professional model painters always work with a wet brush and dilute the paint with water and matt medium, after which they apply it in various thin layers to simulate depth and shadows. Mistakes can be corrected with water or with a little alcohol, provided this is done immediately.
Designed with the assistance of the Panzer Aces Magazine, Vallejo has used this series of Model Color paints to produce a collection of true colors for the uniforms of the soldiers during the Second World War WWII. This dark green color is also part of this.
The "eyedropper" (or eye dropper) ensures that the amount of paint can be dosed very easily and the paint does not dry out so quickly. The unique thing about this dark green paint is that it is delivered in a so-called "eyedropper" jar in which 17ml. acrylic paint. Of course it can always happen that the opening is sometimes blocked a bit. You can easily solve this by releasing the opening with a needle or thin cocktail stick.