HOBBIES+BEYOND Warhammer40K DARK IMPERIUM BOXED SET

Warhammer 40,000 DARK IMPERIUM STARTER SET

The Ultimate Warhammer 40,000 Boxed Set

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Across the war-torn battlefields of the 41st Millennium, Mankind battles for survival against myriad horrifying foes. Beset on all sides by hostile aliens and threatened from within by traitors, Humanity’s only chance for survival rests with the continuation of the cruel and bloody regime known as the Imperium. Yet few among Mankind’s untold population realise the full truth of their situation. If there is any future at all, it is a grim one…

Dark Imperium is the ultimate Warhammer 40,000 boxed set

  • a beautifully-packaged set of 53 detailed Citadel miniatures,
  • the complete and unabridged hardback Warhammer 40,000 book,
  • two supplemental softback books containing the rules and background for the included miniatures,
  • and all the extra bits needed to get started with gaming as soon as possible.

What’s Included:

Miniatures

Primaris Space Marines

Mighty warriors and fearless protectors, equipped with the greatest weapons and armour the Imperium can provide, the Space Marines are heroes one and all. The product of ten thousand years’ labour by Archmagos Dominus Belisarius Cawl, the Primaris Space Marines were forged from fragments of the Emperor’s original experiments – they are immensely powerful and capable warriors, even more intimidating in stature than any of their previous brethren, created on the order of none other than Roboute Guilliman himself.

In this box, you’ll find

  • 22 Primaris Space Marines clad in Mark X power armour, who can be painted as any Chapter you please:
  • 1 Primaris Space Marine Captain, resplendent in cloak and iron halo, holding aloft a master-crafted power sword in one hand and wielding a boltstorm gauntlet on the other;
  • 2 Primaris Space Marine Lieutenants, one armed with a power sword and bolt pistol, featuring a standard helmeted head, the other an auto bolt rifle and bolt pistol, featuring a bare head;
  • 1 Primaris Space Marine Ancient carrying an Adeptus Astartes banner, wielding a bolt rifle and bolt pistol;
  • 2 5-man Primaris Space Marine Intercessor Squads – the heart of a Primaris Space Marines army – armed with bolt rifles and bolt pistols;
  • 1 3-man Primaris Space Marine Inceptor Squad – shock troops who slam into the fight with jump packs screaming – armed with assault bolters;
  • 1 5-man Primaris Space Marine Hellblaster Squad – the finest marksmen, able to lay low entire armies on their own – armed with plasma incinerators and bolt pistols.

Death Guard

The Death Guard trudge inexorably into battle amidst the drone of endless swarms of flies. Bloated, rotten and riddled with disease, these revolting traitors are virtually immune to pain. Each Heretic Astartes is utterly dedicated to spreading the feculent blessings of the Plague God Nurgle and working the will of their cadaverous Daemon Primarch, Mortarion.

In the box you’ll find

  • 31 Death Guard miniatures, who can be painted in the colours of any vectorium
  • 1 Death Guard Lord of Contagion , a huge, terrifying Chaos Space Marine covered in spiked, corrupted Terminator armour armed with a plaguereaper.
  • 1 Death Guard Noxious Blightbringer armed with a cursed plague bell, plasma pistol and a tocsin of misery;
  • 1 Death Guard Malignant Plaguecaster armed with a corrupted staff and bolt pistol;
  • 7 Death Guard Plague Marines – 5 armed with boltguns and plague knives, 1 armed with plasma gun and plague knife, 1 plague champion armed with bolt pistol, plaguesword and power fist;
  • 1 Death Guard Foetid Bloat-drone – a huge, buzzing machine held aloft by rusted turbines – armed with plaguespitters and a plague probe;
  • 20 Death Guard Poxwalkers – the rotten, shambling core of the army – armed with improvised weapons (hammers, claws, bayonets and metal pipes are featured.)
    Rules

Dark Imperium contains everything – all the rules – needed to play games of Warhammer 40,000. From the 8-page core rules reference card to the 2 army-specific books to the complete, unabridged 280-page hardback containing the advanced rules and background, it’s all here, ready for you to play with from the moment you open the box.

Primaris Space Marines

  • A 24-page book contains the rules and background for the Primaris Space Marines:
  • an overview of the Space Marines and the Primaris’ introduction;
  • background for each miniature in the box;
  • Heraldries and symbols for a number of Chapters;
  • 6 Datasheets, special rules, psychic powers, weapons and points values for use in Matched Play games.

Death Guard

A further 24-page book contains the rules and background for the Death Guard:

  • an overview of the Death Guard and their unbreakable loyalty to the Plague God Nurgle, with a focus on the Tainted Sons led by Gulgoth the Afflictor;
  • background for each miniature in the box;
  • Heraldries and symbols for a number of Death Guard vectoriums;
  • 6 Datasheets, special rules, psychic powers, weapons and points values for use in Matched Play games.

Warhammer 40,000

As noted above, this is a 280-page hardback, exactly identical to the Warhammer 40,000 book sold separately.

It contains the core rules

  • the basics of moving,
  • shooting,
  • using psychic powers,
  • charging,
  • fighting and morale tests – with explanations of each battle phase.
  • You can play a game using this, and only this; but the advanced rules are designed to add huge flexibility and depth, meaning you can play your games the way you want to,
    • with Open Play,
    • Narrative Play and Matched play options.

There are advanced rules for

  • terrain,
  • Cities of Death,
  • Planetstrike,
  • Stronghold Assault,
  • Death From the Skies,
  • Campaigns
  • and Multiplayer Battles as well!

Extras

You’ll also find the gaming content needed to play:

  • 12 red six-sided dice,
  • a transparent 12” range ruler
  • all the plastic bases needed for the miniatures
    • (8x 40mm round bases,
    • 18x 32mm round bases,
    • 1x new flying stands set (3 stems),
    • 5x 32mm round bases,
    • 1x 50mm round base,
    • 1x 60mm round base
    • 20x 25mm round bases.)
    • Included is a full colour, easy to follow construction guide for each miniature,
    • and a decal sheet for the Primaris Space Marines featuring Hellblaster, Intercessor and Inceptor iconography,
    • and chapter markings for the following Chapters:
      • Ultramarines,
      • Blood Angels,
      • Dark Angels,
      • Space Wolves.

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WHY USE TAMIYA X-20A & LACQUER THINNERS

WHY USE TAMIYA X-20A & LACQUER THINNERS

Why use TAMIYA THINNERS such as X-20A and Lacquer Thinner when as we have all seen DIY Videos on YouTube of scale modellers making up their own 200L or 50 Gal Drums of “thinner” for the same price of a 250ml bottle of thinner from the hobby store.

Yep, a little bit of this and a little of that, bought by the gallon or 4L jugs works wonders…right‽

Now you are ready to paint that expensive model, with expensive paint with home brewed moonshine thinner. Wait a minute, did you just hear that needle drag across the record in your mind like I did?…my brain telling me…there is something wrong with this picture?

Wait a minute, let’s think this through. Our kit cost us maybe $100 of more for a good one to hundreds or more for larger scale like the TRUMPETER King Tiger 1/16 scale or DKM U-Boat Type VIIC U-552 at 1/48 scale, both monsters in their own right, with thousands of parts. Next we add after market Photo Etch, some Resin Figures, various accessories, Metal Barrels and Metal Tracks, now we have spent another $100 or more depending on the desired enhanced outcome.

Next we purchase TAMIYA PAINTS because we all know they are high quality, one of the finest. Skilled advanced modellers know how to formulate the correct desired colours drop by drop giving them an endless array of colour combinations for accurate representation of all fighting forces, land, sea and air. What about scale effect, yes that too!

Drops, what do you mean drops you ask? Yes when using an airbrush most paint jobs are completed using a matter of drops, not bottles, or spray cans full, but drops. How many drops make up 1ml? We will answer that in a bit.

In modelling, tools are everything and one of the most essential is an airbrush. To a beginner an airbrush is expensive, yes for a good one like IWATA, Harder & Steenbeck, or Badger, it is. Experienced modellers will tell you quality is everything.

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweet taste of low price is forgotten.

Not understanding an airbrush myself, nor wanting or seeing the need to spend the money when a $3.00 paint brush would do, quickly appreciated airbrush use when introduced to expert, award winning modellers who have become good friends. This is a topic for another day; that being said, the efficiency of paint application and minimal use of thinners and cleaners means an airbrush will pay for itself time and time again over a lifetime of use if properly maintained.

Getting back to thinners, a little knowledge is dangerous and all of a sudden we can be chemists without understanding the science behind the paints.

Are we actually going to mess around with our premium paint chemistry using home made moonshine thinner to save a few dollars? I don’t know about you, after expending much excitement and energy in the satisfying and rewarding build along with the financial commitment, I am not about to hack my paint job with a back room, even use it as mouth wash, super cheap do anything paint thinner.

Like everyone else, I like a bargain and it feels good to be on the cheap at times, but this is not the time to cheap out.

Purchase and use the recommended manufacturer paint thinners because there is science behind it.

The Science of Thinner with Paint

What Makes A Good Paint?

Pigment

Pigment is what gives paint it’s colour, the opacity to cover the substrate.

Vehicle and Binder

Vehicle is the liquid that stick to the surface of the object being painted while the binder keeps it mixed up together for consistency such as acrylic resin.

Carrier

The carrier is the delivery boy of paint, the solvent liquid and dispersant creating a flowing action onto the surface, otherwise the paint would resemble tooth paste.

Additives

Additives are the secret sauce that make the paint great after extensive research and development. Good quality paint doesn’t happen by accident, it’s painstakingly created. Proprietary additives is what makes paint different from one manufacturer to another.

In our next article we will talk about the paint and what makes it ‘paint’.

What Thinner To Use?

Both TAMIYA Thinners X-20A and “plastic friendly” Lacquer Thinner are excellent for TAMIYA Acrylic Paints, each for it’s own application technique.

For a matt finish use X-20A for a beautiful airbrush application. Using Lacquer Thinner creates more bite, meaning bonding more to the plastic styrene surface. Both have excellent adhesion properties and lasting durability.

Advanced and expert modellers will use the thinners to achieve different results.

Thinners also help reduce tip dry, the dried accumulation of pigment on the airbrush needle tip. TAMIYA Paint Retarder is an excellent drying modifier significantly reducing airbrush tip dry and is ideally used for figure painting when using a brush.

 

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Luftwaffe RLM Paint Designations

Luftwaffe RLM Paint Designations

Luftwaffe RLM (Reichsluftfahrt Ministerium)

Aircraft paint designations used by the German Ministry of Aviation from 1933 through 1945.

  • RLM – 01, SILBER ( silver )
  • RLM – 02, GRAU ( grey )
  • RLM – 04, GELB ( yellow )
  • RLM – 21, WEIß ( white)
  • RLM – 22,SCHWARZ ( black )
  • RLM – 23, ROT ( red )
  • RLM – 24, DUNKELBLAU ( dark blue )
  • RLM – 25, HELLGRÜN ( green )
  • RLM – 26, BRAUN ( brown )
  • RLM – 27, GELB ( yellow )
  • RLM – 28, WEINROT ( maroon )
  • RLM – 61, DUNKELBRAUN ( dark brown )
  • RLM – 62, GRÜN ( green)
  • RLM – 63v.1, GRÜNGRAU ( green-grey)
  • RLM – 63v.2, LICHTGRAU ( light grey)
  • RLM – 65, HELLBLAU ( light blue )
  • RLM – 66, SCHWARZGRAU ( black-grey )
  • RLM – 70, SCHWARZGRÜN ( black-green )
  • RLM – 71, DUNKELGRÜN( dark green )
  • RLM – 72, GRÜN ( green )
  • RLM – 73, GRÜN ( green )
  • RLM – 74v.1, GRÜNGRAU ( grey-green )
  • RLM – 74v.2, GRÜNGRAU ( grey-green )
  • RLM – 75, GRAUVIOLETT ( grey-violet )
  • RLM – 76, LICHTBLAU ( light blue)
  • RLM – 77, HELLGRAU ( light grey)
  • RLM – 78, HELLBLAU ( blue )
  • RLM – 79, SANDGELB ( sand-yellow )
  • RLM – 79, SANDBRAUN ( sand-brown)
  • RLM – 80, OLIVGRÜN ( olive-green )
  • RLM – 81v.1, BRAUNVIOLETT ( brown-violet )
  • RLM – 81v.2, BRAUNVIOLETT ( brown-violet )
  • RLM – 81v.3, BRAUNVIOLETT ( brown-violet )
  • RLM -82, LICHTGRÜN ( light green )
  • RLM -83, DUNKELGRÜN ( dark green )
  • RLM -84v.1, GRAUBLAU ( green-blue )
  • RLM -84v.2, GRAUBLAU ( green-grey )
  • RLM -84v.3, GRAUBLAU ( green-blue )
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From scale model hobbyists learning fine motor skills, problem solving, abstract reasoning, a creative science of it’s own, to those enjoying games, beautiful puzzles to adventuresome spirits of the artistic world using various mediums of expression.

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RLM Colour Formulas

These recipes have been collected from various sources around the web and Tamiya instructions.  There are duplicates in the list and sometimes they conflict with each other. So... you're mileage may very.  Some of these are probably older mixes and new color releases have superseded the need for that particular color mix. 
LUFTWAFFE
RLM 02--> XF22:1 + XF49:1 or just XF-22
RLM 65--> XF23:1 + XF2:1
RLM 71--> XF62:1 + XF49:1
RLM 74--> XF24:3 + XF27:2
RLM 75--> XF24:5 + XF50:1
RLM 76--> XF2:7 + XF23:1 + XF66:2
RLM 79--> XF59:3 + XF64:1
RLM 80--> XF58
RLM 81--> XF51:1 + XF64:2
RLM 82--> XF5 or XF5:1 + XF2:1 or XF5:1 +XF3:1 (Bright Green)
RLM 83--> XF61 or XF24:1 + XF51:1 or XF24:1 +XF51:1 (Dark Green)
Tamiya instruction sheets: 
LUFTWAFFE 
RLM 02:- XF22:1 + XF49:1 or just XF-22 
RLM 65:- XF23:1 + XF2:1 
RLM 70: XF27 
RLM 71:- XF62:1 + XF49:1 
RLM 74:- XF24:3 + XF27:2 
RLM 75:- XF24:5 + XF50:1 
RLM 76:- XF2:7 + XF23:1 + XF66:2 
RLM 79:- XF59:3 + XF64:1 
RLM 80:- XF58 
RLM 81:- XF51:1 + XF64:2 
RLM 82:- XF5 or XF5:1 + XF2:1 or XF5:1 +XF3:1 (Bright Green) 
RLM 83:- XF61 or XF24:1 + XF51:1 (Dark Green) 
RLM 78:-	XF-23:4 and XF-50:1 
From other modelers: 
RLM 71 XF 61 Dark Green Straight 
RLM 78 is a close match to FS 35414. Use Tamiya XF23 light blue and add white. I think the formula I have is 3 parts XF23 to 1 part XF2. 
RLM 02: XF22:1 + XF49:1 + XF2:2 
RLM 65: XF23:2 + XF2:1 
RLM 66: XF24 Straight from the bottle. 
RLM 70: XF27 Straight from the bottle. Add a drop of black to darken if desired. 
RLM 71: XF62:1 + XF49:1 or XF61:3 + XF2:1 or XF81 straight from the bottle. 
RLM 74: XF24:3 + XF27:2 
RLM 75: XF24:5 + XF50:1 
RLM 76: XF2:7 + XF23:1 + XF66:2 
RLM 78: XF23:4 + XF50:1 
RLM 79: XF59:3 + XF64:1 
RLM 80: XF58:6 + XF2:1 
RLM 81: XF51:1 + XF64:2 OR Dunkelgrun = XF61:4 + XF2:1 (FS34096) 
RLM 82: XF5:1 +XF3:1 (Bright Green) 
RLM 83: XF5 Straight from the bottle. 
RAF:
INTERIOR GREEN---> XF5:1 + XF21:3 + XF65:1
DARK GREEN--> XF58:1 + XF62:5
DARK EARTH--> XF52:1 + XF64:1
OCEAN GRAY--> XF18:1 + XF21:2 + XF24:2
MIDSTONE------> XF59:1 + XF60:1
SKY----------------> XF21
MED. SEA GRAY--> XF19:3 + XF54:5
AZURE BLUE---> X16:2 + XF2:10 + XF18:5
FAA COLORS
Extra Dark Sea Grey: To 50 parts of XF24 (dark grey), add 6 parts XF2 (white), and 3 parts XF8 (flat blue).
Dark Slate Grey: To one bottle of XF22 (RLM Grey), add 35 drops of XF7 (red), and 125 drops of XF1 (flat black).
or
T:XF-11 + 63?
"RLM Grey" (XF-22) is a good match for "Slate Grey", used for RAF Coastal Command finishes, as well as Fleet Air Arm colors.
"Dark Sea Grey" (XF-54) is a good match for "Dark Sea Grey," used for Coastal Command and FAA camouflages. This is also good for the US "Equivalent Color" for "Ocean Grey" ANA 603, used on Mustang IIIs, etc.
'"RLM Gray" (XF-22) for "Slate Grey"
“Light Sea Grey” (XF-25) for "Light Sea Grey" 
"Sky" (XF-21) - I think this is the most accurate version of this color.
"Sky Grey" (XF-19) is perfect for the "Sky Grey" color used on FAA aircraft before they went with the "Sky" lower surfaces, also for the US "Equivalent Color" used for ANA 602
"Medium Grey" (XF-20) is good as "Sea Grey Medium," the lower surface camouflage for RAF aircraft after 1941. 
Here are Tamiya mixes to reproduce some Federal Standards (FS) Colors.
Last updated: 2012-08-11
The hyperlink included with the colors sends you to the Federal Standard 595 Color Server website to give you an idea of how the colors look.
The mix ratios are by parts, i.e. XF2:1 means XF2 Flat White 1 part (1 drop or 1 gallon, the mix stays the same)
Warning: Several mixes I've tested myself (those with an *) but most of them come from Tamiya instructions, articles found in magazines and the web. I find them good but these are in no way definitive. They serve as a general guide that you can modify to taste.
Scale effect: for those who believe, the smaller the scale, the lighter the colors. Thes mixes are formulated for 1/32 but you can add XF2:1 for 1/48 or XF2:2 for 1/72 as a start. Lighten to taste.
Browns X0XXX
*30051 US NATO Brown CARC 383 -- XF10:6+ XF69:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30051
20061 -- Tea Brown (WW2 Japan Propeller) -- X9 Brown:6 + XF7 Red:3 + XF1:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=20061
30070 -- RAL 8017 WW2 German Red Grown -- XF-64:8 + XF-49:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30070
30075 -- XF79
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30075
30108 -- Red Brown -- XF-10
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30108
30111 -- XF68:3 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30111
30117[/color] – MERDC Brown -- XF64:1 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30117
[b]30118 – RAF DARK EARTH 
*Mix 1--XF-52:1 + XF64:1 + XF-2:1 
*Mix 2--XF-52 (Tamiya Spitfire VIII 1/32 instruction)
*Mix 3--XF-52:4 + XF-3:2+ XF-51:1 + XF-2:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30118 
30140 -- XF52:1 + XF64:1 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instructions)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30140
*30145 -- XF52
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30145
*30219 -- RLM 79 -- XF59:6 + XF64:2 + XF2:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30219
30257 –- Australian Army 
*Mix 1 -- XF52:2 + XF15:2 + XF2:1
*Mix 2 -- (MERDC Pale Brown) -- XF-52:1 + XF57:8 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30257
30266 – RAF MIDSTONE -- XF59:1 + XF60:1+ XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30266
30277 -- MERDC Sand -- XF57:4 + XF63:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30277
30279 -- XF79:9 +XF7:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30279
30318 -- XF57
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30318
30400 -- XF15:1 + XF2:1 + XF59:1 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instructions)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=30400
Reds X1XXX
*FS 31668 -- PRU Pink -- XF9:1 + XF7:1 + XF2:9
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=31668
Oranges X2XXX
22300 -- Orange-yellow japan (trainer/experimental) -- X8:18 + X7:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=22300
32519 -- XF15:3 + XF55:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=32519
Yellows X3XXX
33245 -- RAL 8000 WW2 German Africa Yellow -- XF-49:8 + X-6:1 + XF-2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=33245
33303 -- XF60:3 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=33303
33481 -- RAL 7028 WW2 German Dark Yellow -- XF60:7 + XF2:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=33481
33522 -- RAL 7028 End of war -- XF-20:1 + XF-2:4 + 1 tiny drop of red
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=33522
Greens X4XXX
34036 -- Nakajima Dark Green (Navy) -- XF11:5 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34036
34050 -- RLM 70 -- XF27:4 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34050
34052 -- RLM 80 -- XF58:6 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34052
34056 -- WW2 Soviet -- XF-61:7 + XF-60:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34056
34058 -- (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instruction) -- XF-70
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34058
34077 -- J.A. Green -- XF-13
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34077
34079 -- RAF DARK GREEN 
*Mix 1 -- XF58:1 + XF62:5 + XF-2:1
*Mix 2 -- New Tamiya Color: Dark Green 2 (RAF)-- XF-81
*Mix 3 -- RLM 71 -- XF62:1 + XF49:1 + XF2:1
*Mix 4 -- XF61:1 + XF65:1 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34079
34083 -- RAL 6003 WW2 German Dark Green -- XF-61:7 + XF-60:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34083
34084 -- RLM 74 -- XF24:2 + XF-51:1 + XF27:1 + XF2:4 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34084
34086 -- RLM 74 (variation) -- XF24:2 + XF27:1 + XF2:3 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34086
34088 
Mix 1 -- RLM 81 -- XF61:5 + XF-7:1 + XF2:2
Mix 2 -- WW2 UK+Canada Armor -- XF-62:6 + XF-49:4
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34088
34092
Mix 1 -- Medium Green USAAF -- XF13:1 + XF2:1
Mix 2 -- XF26:3 +XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34092
*34094 -- CARC 383 Nato Green -- XF-67
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34094
34096 -- Dark Green
Mix 1 -- Mitsubishi Dark Green -- X5:5 + XF3:3 + X3:2
*Mix 2 -- WW2 US Armor --XF62:4 + XF49:1
*Mix 3 -- RLM 81 -- XF61:4 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34096
*34097 -- RLM 83 -- XF62:4 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34097
*34098 -- Cougar/Grizzly/Husky -- XF67:3 + XF59:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34098
*34102 -- Forest Green -- XF5:3 + XF13:3 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34102
*34110 -- France Nato Green -- XF5
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34110
34128 -- Australian Army -- XF-62:3 + XF-52:3 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34128
34138 -- RLM 82 -- XF5:1 + XF3:1 + XF2:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34138
34151 -- Loam Green MERDC -- XF5:1 + XF57:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34151
*34159 -- XF73:3 + XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34159
*34172 -- Cougar Grizzly Husky -- XF70:1 + XF59:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34172
*34201 -- XF-49:3 + XF2:1 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34201
34227 -- RAF INTERIOR GREEN (vert intérieur) 
*Mix 1 -- XF-71:1 + XF-21:1 + XF-2:1
Mix 2 -- XF5:1 + XF-21:3 + XF-65:1 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34227
34255 -- Nakajima Interior grey-Green -- XF2:9 + X1:3 + X5:3 + X8:2 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34255
34424 -- RLM 84 -- XF14
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34424 
34432 -- RLM 84 Variation -- XF12
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34432 
*34504 -- RAF SKY -- XF-21:1 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=34504
Blues X5XXX
15042 – USN Glossy Sea Blue ANA 623 -- XF-17:1 + XF-8:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=15042
35045 – USN NON-SPEC. SEA BLUE ANA 607 -- XF-17:5 + XF-8:3 + XF-2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35045
35052 -- XF8:9 + XF7:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35052
35109 -- XF8:3 + XF2:4 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instruction)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35109
35164 – USN INTERMEDIATE BLUE ANA 608 -- XF18:5 + XF-2:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35164
35189 – USN BLUE-GREY -- XF18:1 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35189
35190 – PRU BLUE -- XF18:1 + X14:2 +XF-2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35190
35231 – RAF AZURE BLUE 
*Mix 1-- X16:2 + XF-2:4 
*Mix 2-- XF-8:1 + XF-2:3 (Tamiya Spit VIII 1/32 instructions)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35231
35237 
*Mix 1 -- XF-66:1 + XF-19:1 + XF-2:2 + 
*Mix 2 -- CF-18 -- XF66:1 + XF54:1 + XF2:2 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35237
35250 -- XF8:5 + XF19:1 + XF2:5 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35250
35352 -- RLM 65 -- XF23:4+ XF2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35352
35414 -- RLM 78 -- XF23:5 + XF54:1 + XF2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35414 
35450 -- X14:1 + XF2:6 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instructions)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35450
35488 -- SU-27 -- XF8:5 + XF19:1 + XF2:10 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35488
35526 -- XF8:1 + XF2:10 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instruction)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35526
35622 -- RLM 76 and 84(blue variation) 
*Mix 1 -- XF18:1 + XF24:5 + XF2:10
*Mix 2 -- XF23:1 + XF2:3 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instruction)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=35622
Greys X6XXX
36008 -- XF-63:9 + XF19:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36008
36081 -- RAL 7021 Gris Panzer Allemand 1 (Dark) -- XF-63:7 + XF-60:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36081
36118
*Mix 1-- RLM 74 -- XF-24:10 + X-14:1 + XF-2:1
*Mix 2-- RAL 7021 German Panzer Grey 2 (Pale) --XF-63:7 + XF-2:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36118
36122 -- RLM 75 -- XF66:6+XF7:2+XF18:1+ XF2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36122
36152 – RAF OCEAN GRAY 
*Mix 1-- XF18:1 + XF-21:2 + XF24:2 + XF-2:1
*Mix 2-- New Tamiya Color: Ocean Gray 2 (RAF)-- XF-82
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36152
36165 -- RLM 02- FS 36165 -- XF22:1 + XF49:1 + XF2:2
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36165
*36173 -- (Perfect for C-17 1/144) -- XF-54:3 + XF-24:1 + XF-2:4 
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36173
36176 -- XF-66:3 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36176
36231 -- XF-83:1 + XF-66:1 + XF-54:1 + XF-2:3
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36231
36251 -- XF-83:3 + XF-2:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36251
36270
*Mix 1-- XF54:6 + XF66:1 + XF2:6
*Mix 2-- RAF MEDIUM SEA GRAY -- XF-19:3 + XF-54:5 + XF-2:1
*Mix 3-- New Tamiya Color: Medium Sea Gray 2 (RAF) -- XF-83
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36270
36314 -- XF-19
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36314
36320
*Mix 1-- XF-66:1 + XF-54:1 + XF-2:3
*Mix 2-- XF19 (Tamiya F-16 Agg 1/48 Instructions)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36320
36375 Light Ghost Grey
*Mix 1-- XF-19:1 + XF-2:3 
*Mix 2-- CF-18 -- XF19:1 + XF54:1 + XF2:4 
*Mix 3-- Mitsubishi Light Gray FS26375 -- XF2:18 + XF1:1
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36375
36440 Light Gull Grey
*Mix 1 -- XF-19:1 + XF-80:1 + XF-2:2
*Mix 2 -- USN LIGHT GREY -- XF-19:2 + XF-2:1 (add a tiny drop of yellow)
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36440
36473 Light Aircraft Grey - RLM 76 -- XF23:1 + XF66:2 + XF2:7
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36473
36495 -- XF19:1 + XF2:4
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36495
36622 -- XF80:2 + XF2:7
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36628
36628 -- XF80:1 + XF2:4
http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36628
ome Tamiya Mixes from Tamiya kit instructions:
RAF
INTERIOR GREEN:- XF5:1 + XF21:3 + XF65:1 
DARK GREEN:- XF58:1 + XF62:5 
DARK EARTH:- XF52:1 + XF64:1 
OCEAN GRAY:- XF18:1 + XF21:2 + XF24:2 
MIDSTONE:- XF59:1 + XF60:1 
SKY:- XF21 
MED. SEA GRAY:- XF19:3 + XF54:5 
AZURE BLUE:- X16:2 + XF2:10 + XF18:5 
AS6 Olive Drab  =  XF-62
AS7 Neutral Gray  =  XF-53
AS8 Navy Blue  =  XF-17:5 + XF-8:3 + XF-2:2
AS9 Dark Green  =  XF-58:1 + XF-62:5
AS10 Ocean Gray  =  XF-18:1 + XF-21:2 + XF-24:2
AS11 Medium Sea Gray  =  XF-19:3 + XF-54:5
AS12 Bare-Metal Silver
AS13 Green
AS14 Olive Green
AS15 Tan
AS16 Light Gray
AS17 Dark Green (IJA)
AS18 Light Gray (IJA)
AS19 Intermediate Blue (U.S.Navy) =  XF-18:5 + XF-2:4
AS20 Insignia White (U.S.Navy)  =  XF-2:10 + XF-55:1
AS21 Dark Green 2 (IJN)
AS22 Dark Earth  =  XF-52:1 + XF-64:1
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