Friday, February 14, 2014 - 10:12 AM UTC
News in from Ammo by Mig Jimenez is more colors for painting and weathering your armour builds.
Ammo by Mig Jimenez is adding more colors, and lots of them. Ammo has announced color sets for the Yom Kippur war, World War 2 German, IDF, and NATO vehicles. Also included in the announcement is a color set for painting tools, which could prove to be very useful, and weathering sets.

A.MIG-7112 Tool Colors Set
A.MIG-7113 Yom Kippur War Colors Set
A.MIG-7101 Late War German Colors Set
A.MIG-7100 Early/Middle German Colors Set
A.MIG-7115 IDF Colors Set
A.MIG-7114 NATO Color Set
A.MIG-7412 German Tanks Set
A.MIG-7413 US Green Vehicles Set
A.MIG-7407 Panzer Grey Set
A.MIG-7411 Winter Camo Set
A.MIG-7400 Pigment Rust Set
A.MIG-7401 Kursk Dust Set
A.MIG-7402 Engines Set
A.MIG-7403 Rusty Vehicles
A.MIG-7404 Fighting Compartment Set
A.MIG-7405 Eastern Front Mud Set
A.MIG-7406 DAK Set
A.MIG-7408 Europe Earth Set
A.MIG-7409 Humidity and Wet Effects
A.MIG-7410 US Modern Vehicles Set

It should be noted the items in the sets are available individually also.

Armorama would like to thank Iain Hamilton of Ammo by Mig Jimenez for the update.
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Oh, and while I'm on a rant - the profit margins on washes and filters must be huge. The last time I made my own filter I made 50ml and estimate it cost me about 3 pence. Tools colours - ROFL, or colours for tools Sorry - rant over
FEB 17, 2014 - 02:53 AM
What is new ????? Almost all "new" sets seem to be something very, very, very close to AK-INTERACTIVE items...and on top of that, you can see that AMMO use tanks profiles from AK "1945" book for the box of the set of late german war colors ˇˇˇˇˇ (front profile and 3 back profiles). Is that "innovation" ??????. And on top of that, just 3 new colors (rest of the "new" colors aren´t new, chek the references ˇˇˇ) and the "new" colors looks very close to AK middle east 1 set IDF colors ... Really nothing new under the sun... Sorry, the back side tanks profiles of the Yom kippur set are fantastic, congratulations for the author Claudio Fernández, very good ˇˇˇ
FEB 17, 2014 - 05:52 AM
CSAGO, because you are working now for AK Interactive, you should know very well I made absolutly everything in AK during 4 years. they are my creations and now I made them under my own Brand. Claudio is the owner of his profiles and and he have the rights of all of them, including all published. So please, shut up and continue living with what I created in AK. But don't come here like a troll and be focused in your Brand of your friend now. Same for FFERBUS = Paco Bustos. Your actitude are patethic.
FEB 17, 2014 - 08:31 PM
Miguel, I,m not a troll, I just expose facts, and anyone can check that what I say is true...and in your own words (do you remember ?) what you do for the company is a property of the company...not yours...Please, do new things, you can do it much more better...PS I wish you a happy honeymoon
FEB 17, 2014 - 08:57 PM
I'd love to see the comparison of these NATO colors with other NATO color sets... I remember the talk about the perfect 3 tone colors, so I'm wondering how close these are. Mario
FEB 18, 2014 - 02:03 AM
FEB 18, 2014 - 11:39 AM
Wow, that stuff ain't cheap. Never used either brands before and/or after the great washes war. Will need to save up and try some. Can't pass judgment yet if I have never used their products. As expected I will be eyeing the 'Starter' sets. I am amazed how you Armorama'ians can afford producing some of the amazing projects you all do. Cheers
FEB 18, 2014 - 12:11 PM
I have a majority of these items , got them when they were still AK brand , just hope they will keep in the bottles since they are over a year old or older
FEB 19, 2014 - 04:40 AM
I like a lot these colors, but as other modellers I had a lot of torubles in using them with airbrush, also with their own thinner... Do they have the same AK formula ??? This would be an important piece of information...
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