Vallejo Game Air Available For Pre-Order

By Tyler Stackhouse | October 21st, 2014 | Categories: Uncategorized

Vallejo has another line of airbrush paint hitting shelves soon!

These are shaping up to be an exciting addition to their extensive paint collection. Checkout all of the colors that Vallejo Game Color has to offer in a brand new airbrush compatible paint line.  No more thinning your favorite Game Color paints to get them in your airbrush, these new Game Air paints are Airbrush ready!

Check out this short excerpt from Vallejo’s website on the brand new Game Air line:

Game Air is a range of water-based, matte acrylic colors, developed especially for airbrushing. In the formulation of this range various new resins have been selected for qualities which up till now had not been achieved in water-based colors. The strength, resistance and covering power of Game Air is superior to any acrylic airbrush color currently available and also allows for application by brush to highlight the smallest details of the miniature. The pigments have been selected according to their degree of light-fastness and optimum micronization. The effects of washes and transparencies can be obtained by diluting the colors; all colors and varnishes can be mixed together and diluted with Airbrush Thinner.

The colors in the range have been selected in collaboration with modelers specialized in fantasy figures and dioramas, and the existing colors in the Game Color range have been taken into particular consideration. The names and shades of the most popular colors of Game Color have been maintained in Game Air, using the formulation and resins employed for Model Air (see Equivalency Table). In the color chart we include a diagram of the most frequent color combinations: base color, light and shadow.

Game Air has exceptional performance on all materials. The adhesion of the colors on resin, plastic, steel and white metal is extraordinary. Moreover the surfaces do not require previous priming. Only in the case of a very dark base may it be useful to first apply a primer in order to increase the brightness of the final colors.

Check it all out on their PDF here http://cdn.acrylicosvallejo.com/68641ae6935afa4ba569fb0da362c880/CC082.pdf

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