Vallejo Model Colour paints are suitable for all surfaces and adhere especially well to plastics and polyesters. These paints will allow you to easily cover even large surfaces without leaving brushstrokes. They are equally perfect for the smallest details of miniature artwork. All the colours dry to a matte and opaque finish except for the metallic and transparent colours.
Model Colour paints can be diluted with water and mixed with one another. They do not contain solvents or any ingredients harmful to health, and are not inflammable. Once the paint has dried, it is waterproof and permanent.
Includes: 1 x 17 ml bottle
VAL 70.802 Sunset Red
VAL 70.803 Brown Rose
VAL 70.804 Beige Red
VAL 70.805 German Orange
VAL 70.806 German Yellow
VAL 70.807 Oxford Blue
VAL 70.808 Blue Green
VAL 70.809 Royal Blue
VAL 70.810 Royal Purple
VAL 70.811 Blue Violet
VAL 70.812 Violet Red
VAL 70.814 Burnt Cadmium Red
VAL 70.815 Basic Skintone
VAL 70.816 Luftwaffe Uniform WWII
VAL 70.817 Scarlet
VAL 70.818 Red Leather
VAL 70.819 Iraqi Sand
VAL 70.820 Offwhite
VAL 70.821 German Cam Beige WWII
VAL 70.822 German Cam Black Brown
VAL 70.823 Luftwaffe Cam Green
VAL 70.824 German Cam. Orange Ochre
VAL 70.825 German Cam Pale Brown
VAL 70.826 German Cam Medium Brown
VAL 70.827 Lime Green
VAL 70.828 Woodgrain
VAL 70.829 Amarantha Red
VAL 70.830 German Fieldgrey WWII
VAL 70.833 German Cam. Bright Green
VAL 70.842 Gloss White
VAL 70.845 Sunny Skin Tone
VAL 70.847 Dark Sand
VAL 70.856 Ochre Brown
VAL 70.861 Gloss Black
VAL 70.862 Black Grey
VAL 70.894 Cam Olive Green
VAL 70.896 German Cam Extra Dark Green
VAL 70.917 Beige
VAL 70.920 German Uniform
VAL 70.921 English Uniform
VAL 70.922 US Uniform
VAL 70.923 Japanese Uniform WWII
VAL 70.924 Russian Uniform WWII
VAL 70.951 White
VAL 70.977 Desert Yellow
VAL 70.979 German Cam Dark Green
AK Interactive Terrains are acrylic products designed for creating textures in dioramas. It is easy to achieve great results in both thin and thick layers. These products can be diluted with water or acrylic thinner to improve the flow. The recommended drying time is 24 hours.
Snow texture is designed for creating snow effects on any surface – terrain, vehicles or buildings.
Asphalt and Concrete textures have a grey shade similar to that of roads, asphalt covered surfaces, runways and concrete buildings.
Dry, Wet and Muddy ground textures are intended for recreating dry or wet soil and mud. In order to create track marks, press the wheels or tracks onto the surface before it dries.
Dark Earth is perfect for recreating rich dark shades of earth on diorama bases where a thick and dense texture is desired. Light Earth texture is designed for lighter shades of earth.
Beach Sand is a fine and flat texture for recreating beach areas such as the beaches of Normandy. Desert Sand is suitable for any type of desert scene, for example North Africa. It can be shaped when wet and is very useful for making dunes.
8011 AK Interactive Terrains - Snow, 250ml
8013 AK Interactive Terrains - Asphalt, 250ml
8014 AK Interactive Terrains - Concrete, 250ml
8015 AK Interactive Terrains - Dry Ground, 250ml
8016 AK Interactive Terrains - Wet Ground, 250ml
8017 AK Interactive Terrains - Muddy Ground, 250ml
8018 AK Interactive Terrains - Dark Earth, 250ml
8019 AK Interactive Terrains - Beach Sand, 250ml
8020 AK Interactive Terrains - Desert Sand, 250ml
8021 AK Interactive Terrains - Light Earth, 250ml
8022 AK Interactive Terrains - Sandy Desert, 250ml
8023 AK Interactive Terrains - Neutral Texture - Earth, 250ml
Master Box 1:35 - LRDG in North Africa, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3598
Originally called the Long Range Patrol (LRP), the unit was founded in Egypt in June 1940 by Major Ralph A. Bagnold, acting under the direction of General Archibald Wavell. Bagnold was assisted by Captain Patrick Clayton and Captain William Shaw. At first the majority of the men were from New Zealand, but they were soon joined by Southern Rhodesian and British volunteers, whereupon new sub-units were formed and the name was changed to the better-known Long Range Desert Group (LRDG). The LRDG never numbered more than 350 men, all of whom were volunteers.
The LRDG was formed specifically to carry out deep penetration, covert reconnaissance patrols and intelligence missions from behind Italian lines, although they sometimes engaged in combat operations. Because the LRDG were experts in desert navigation they were sometimes assigned to guide other units, including the Special Air Service and secret agents across the desert. During the Desert Campaign between December 1940 and April 1943, the vehicles of the LRDG operated constantly behind the Axis lines, missing a total of only 15 days during the entire period. Possibly their most notable offensive action was during Operation Caravan, an attack on the town of Barce and its associated airfield, on the night of 13 September 1942. However, their most vital role was the 'Road Watch', during which they clandestinely monitored traffic on the main road from Tripoli to Benghazi, transmitting the intelligence to British Army Headquarters.
With the surrender of the Axis forces in Tunisia in May 1943, the LRDG changed roles and moved operations to the eastern Mediterranean, carrying out missions in the Greek islands, Italy and the Balkans. After the end of the war in Europe, the leaders of the LRDG made a request to the War Office for the unit to be transferred to the Far East to conduct operations against the Japanese Empire. The request was declined and the LRDG was disbanded in August 1945.
This kit includes the figures of 5 LRDG soldiers, it does not include the vehicle, the pictured vehicle is a Tamiya 1/35 scale kit.
This high quality acrylic putty is a water based one component polyurethane product designed for modelling. Comes in two variants - extra hard white putty and grey putty of standard hardness. It is a superfine filler with excellent adhesive and sanding properties. The product is water based and does not contain strong smelling chemicals. Does not shrink with drying. Can be cleaned off with water.
AK00103 Modelling White Putty - Extra Hard, 20ml/39 gr.
AK00104 Modelling Grey Putty - Standard hardness, 20ml/39 gr.
This set of paints is designed to paint figures with tropical uniforms used by the German Army in Africa and Sicily during WWII, called Deutsche Afrika Korps (D.A.K.). These uniforms were widely used by the German soldiers of all branches - regular, paratroopers, air force and several other troops. In this set you will find the basic colours for these uniforms, you can mix them to achieve diverse shades. Paints are matte, of extremely high quality, and their covering and drying properties are intended to maximise your potential for figure painting. They can be applied with a brush or an airbrush, when diluted with thinners for acrylic paints. The colour formulation is based on original photographs and surviving uniforms, which allows you to easily replicate the famous colour and shades of these uniforms.
6 x 17ml paints
AK3111 Desert Uniform Base
AK3112 Desert Uniform Lights
AK3113 Desert Uniform Shadows
AK3114 Green Uniform Base
AK3115 Green Uniform Lights
AK3116 Green Uniform Shadows
+ a small step by step guide.
Master Box 1:35 Afrika Korps, German Tankmen, WWII Era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3559
This kit includes parts for the assembly of three tank soldiers of the Afrika Korps as well as a donkey with its Arab rider. The Arab has two optional right arms. Glue and paints are not included.
Vallejo Panzer Aces paints are designed for painting the uniforms of tank crews and general armed forces of WWII. These colours represent the standard shades of the uniforms used by the crew members of various military vehicles of the Second World War.
There is a base colour and a lighter colour for making highlights and grading for each uniform. The range also includes three colours representing the fleshtones, and a series of colours for reproducing the Splinter Camouflage.
All colours from the Panzer Aces series are available individually in 17 ml bottles with eyedropper. The packaging prevents the paint from evaporating and drying out.
Includes: 1 x 17 ml bottle
VAL70.301 Light Rust
VAL70.302 Dark Rust
VAL70.303 Yellowish Rust
VAL70.304 Track Primer
VAL70.305 Light Rubber
VAL70.306 Dark Rubber
VAL70.307 Red Tail Light
VAL70.308 Green Tail Light
VAL70.310 Old Wood
VAL70.311 New Wood
VAL70.312 Leather Belt
VAL70.315 Light Mud
VAL70.316 Dark Mud
VAL70.317 British Tank Crew
VAL70.318 US Army Tank Crew
VAL70.319 USMC Tank Crew
VAL70.320 French Tank Crew
VAL70.321 Highlight British Tank Crew
VAL70.322 Highlight US Tank Crew
VAL70.323 Highlight USMC Tank Crew
VAL70.324 Highlight French Tank Crew
VAL70.325 Russian Tank Crew I
VAL70.326 Russian Tank Crew II
VAL70.327 Italian Tankcrew
VAL70.328 Japanese Tank Crew
VAL70.329 Highlight Russian Tank Crew II
VAL70.331 Highlight Italian Tank Crew
VAL70.332 Highlight Japanese Tank Crew
VAL70.333 German Tank Crew (Black)
VAL70.334 German Tank Crew I (Feldgrau)
VAL70.335 German Tank Crew II (Feldgrau)
VAL70.336 Afrika Korps Tank Crew
VAL70.337 Highlight German (Black)
VAL70.338 Highlight German I (Feldgrau)
VAL70.339 Highlight German II (Feldgrau)
VAL70.340 Highlight Afrika Korps
VAL70.341 Flesh Base
VAL70.342 Highlight Flesh
VAL70.343 Shadows Flesh
VAL70.344 White (German Winter Tank Crew)
VAL70.345 Splinter Camouflage Base
VAL70.346 Splinter Blotches I
VAL70.347 Splinter Blotches II
VAL70.348 Splinter Strips
The Leichter Panzerspähwagen was a light four-wheel drive armoured car produced by Nazi Germany between 1935 and 1944. It had the standard sPkw I Horch 801 chassis and a 67 kW (90 hp) Horch 3.5 petrol engine, which gives it a road speed of 80 km/h and a cross-country speed of 40 km/h. The car had a maximum range of 300 km. Its armament consisted of one 2 cm KwK 30 L/55 main cannon and one MG 34 secondary machine gun.
The Leichter Panzerspähwagen was used by the reconnaissance battalions of the Panzer divisions. It performed well enough in countries with good road networks, like Western Europe, but on the Eastern Front and in North Africa it was hampered by its relatively poor off-road performance and was gradually replaced in the reconnaissance role by the Sdkfz 250 half-track.
Item No: 82442
Item Name: Sd.Kfz.222 Leichter Panzerspahwagen 2cm
Item Type: Static kit
Model Dimension: Length 131.55mm Width 60.5mm
Total Plastic Parts: 297 pcs
Total Sprues: 5 sprues, upper hull, lower hull and 4 tires
Camouflage Scheme: Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK)
Photo Etched Parts: 3 pcs
Release Date: 2009-11
- Fully detailed Interior
- Multi-directional slide moulded upper hull
- Two-directional slide moulded lower hull
- Photo-etched parts included
Master Box 1:35 Commonwealth AFV Crew - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3564
This kit represents four British Commonwealth soldiers, one of which is a figure of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, the other three are British tank crew members. They are accompanied by two Bedouins as desert guides. A camel is also included.
Master Box 1:35 Rommel and German Tank Crew, DAK WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3561
Includes parts for the assembly of six figures including Field Marshall (Generalfeldmarschall) Johannes Erwin Eugen Rommel, also known as the 'Desert Fox' by the Allies. Rommel commended the: 7th Panzer Division, Afrika Korps, Panzer Army Africa, Army Group Africa, Army Group B.
Glue and paint are not included.
German vehicles based in North Africa are a theme that is commonly enjoyed by many modellers. This totally new set has been designed to weather German vehicles based in North Africa but you don't have to stop there as this set is perfectly acceptable to be used on Allied vehicles or even more modern examples. The set includes three different colours for doing washes, filters and streaking grime effects. This set gives the modeller everything needed for basic weathering of DAK vehicles.
Includes: AK-065 Filter for Afrika Korps Vehicles, AK-066 Afrika Korps Wash, AK-067 Streaking Grime for DAK Vehicles
This six colours set allows painting different U.S. modern vehicles in desert scenarios. These colours reflect the CARC (Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings) used by the US military (MIL-DTL-53072E) - for example on Tan 686/A and Green 383. To read more on CARC click here.
It includes colours such as the FS33446 Desert Tan with two variations for highlight volume intensity and modulation. It also includes the colour FS24533 for the interior of some US vehicles. The colours within this set are true to the actual colour with a little modification for the effect of scale.
This set contains:
MC201 U.S. Desert Tan
MC202 4BO Rubber Black
MC203 Olive Green
MC204 Light Greyish Green
MC251 U.S. Desert Tan Shadow
MC252 U.S. Desert Tan Light
Master Box 1:35 Vickers Machine Gun Team - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3597
The Vickers machine gun, originally produced for the British Army, was used by many different nations throughout the 20th century. The gun served as a mobile support weapon for a number of Regular and Special Forces units, including the Long Range Desert Group, formed for the purpose of reconnaissance in the deserts of North Africa. The LRDG used both the .303-inch Mk. I and the .5-inch Mk. V guns.
This kit includes parts for the assembly of five figures and a separate weapons set. Requires paint and glue to complete.
This new weathering set is perfect for recreating realistic effects of accumulated dust and dirt on all kinds of vehicles. It includes three enamel paints which can be applied directly from the bottle onto the chosen areas of your model or diluted with a thinner first. Once the paints are dry, you will get the effects of realistic dust and dirt. A perfect solution for your model vehicles and dioramas.
AK4061 Sand Yellow Deposit
AK4062 Light Dust Deposit
AK4063 Brown Earth Deposit
This set contains photo-etched coloured insignia and medals used by the German forces during the Second World War. It helps add extra details to the models and get the finished look.
- 4 x Kreta Cuff Titles (1)
- 4 x Heer-Grossdeutschland Cuff Titles (2)
- 4 x SS-Wiking Division Cuff Titles (3)
- 4 x Afrika Korps Cuff Titles (4)
- 2 x Nazi Party Arm-bands (5)
- 2 x Red Cross Arm-bands (6)
- 5 x Feldgendarmerie Gorgets (7)
- 5 x Waffen-SS Eagles (8)
- 5 x Heer Eagles (9)
- 5 x Luftwaffe Eagles (10)
- 3 x Iron Cross 2nd Class (11)
- 3 x Eastern Front Medal (12)
- 3 x single Tank Destruction Badges in Silver (13)
- 1 x double Tank Destruction Badge in Silver (14)
- 2 x Iron Cross 1st Class (15)
- 1 x Spanish Cross in Gold (16)
- 1 x Spanish Cross in Silver (17)
- 2 x German Cross in Gold (18)
- 2 x Wound Badges (19)
- 2 x Waffen-SS/Heer General Assault Badges (20)
- 2 x Panzer Assault Badges (21)
- 2 x Fallschirmjäger Assault Badges (22)
- 1 x Knight's Cross with neck ribbon (23)
- 1 x Knight's Cross with oak leaves and neck ribbon (24)
Item No: TP517
Item Name: German Insignia and Medals
Academy 1:35 - German Pz. Kpfw. VI Tiger I Early version, no interior with 4 figures - Plastic model kit #13264 (ACA01386)
The Tiger I, a German heavy tank of World War II, was deployed from 1942 in Africa and Europe commonly in independent heavy tank battalions with the designation Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf. E often shortened to Tiger. The Tiger I gave the Wehrmacht its first armoured fighting vehicle that used the KwK 36 88-mm gun. In total 1,347 were built between August 1942 and August 1944. Production was over time phased out in favour of the Tiger II.
The Tiger I has been called an excellent design for its time, however it was over-engineered, using expensive materials and labour-intensive production methods. The Tiger was prone to some types of track failures and breakdowns, and had limited range given its high fuel consumption. It was expensive to run, but normally mechanically reliable. It was also difficult to transport, and vulnerable to immobilisation when mud, ice and snow froze between its overlapping and interleaved Schachtellaufwerk-pattern road wheels, often causing them to jam. This was a problem on the Eastern Front in the muddy rasputitsa (semi-annual mud seasons) and winter weather conditions.
The tank was named "Tiger" by Ferdinand Porsche, and the Roman numeral was added after the later Tiger II entered production. The early designation was Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausführung H (‘‘Panzer VI version H’’, abbreviated PzKpfw VI Ausf. H) where 'H' denoted Henschel as the designer/manufacturer. It was given ordnance inventory designation SdKfz 182. The tank was later redesignated as PzKpfw VI Ausf. E in March 1943, with ordnance inventory designation SdKfz 181.
Tigers had a crew of 5. They could travel up to 23mph on roads and were powered by the Maybach 21, 353cc V-12 engines that delivered 642hp.
One decal sheet with 4 marking options:
1: #S13, 2nd SS Panzer Div. "Das Reich, Kursk, Russia, 1943.
2: #S03, 1st SS Panzer Div., Michael Wittmann, Berdichev, Russia, Jan 1944.
3: #123, 502nd Heavy Tank Btn, Otto Carius, Lovetz, Russia, 1943.
4: #712, 504th Heavy Tank Btn, Tunisia, Afrika Korps, 1943.
Miniart 1:35 - British Bantam 40 BRC w/Crew - Plastic model kit #35324
At the outbreak of WWII, the American Army starting looking for a General Purpose Vehicle. The American Bantam Company came up with a design that passed rigorous testing, but they didn’t have the required capacity for the mass production. As the Government now owned the design, they contracted out the build to Willys Overland and Ford in 1941, and they came up with a slightly altered version in the form of the familiar Willys Jeep.
The American Bantam company did end up producing 2675 Bantam BRC- 40’s, but once the US Army standardised the production of the Ford and Willys version all the Bantams were either issued to Britain or Russia under the Lend Lease scheme. The British used the some of the limited number they received in the Desert Campaign in North Africa.
This is a set of 6 acrylic paints specifically designed for painting vehicles in Middle East, IDF & Lebanon colours. These colours have been carefully studied by historians and military experts.
The colours are accurate and realistic, created for lovers of precise paint. They have been slightly modified to compensate for the scale effect.
AK-790 IDF Sinai Grey Modern
AK-791 IDF Sinai Grey 82
AK-792 IDF Sand Grey 73
AK-793 IDF Green
AK-794 SLA Blue
AK-795 LAF Green
Master Box 1:35 British and German Infantry, Battles in North Africa - Hand-to-hand fight, Kit 1 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3592
The kit represents two British and three German soldiers in hand-to-hand combat on the battlefields of Northern Africa during WWII. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures and accessories. Glue and paint are not included.
Vallejo Pigments Set - Stone & Cement, VAL73192
This set of pigments is designed for creating the effects of stone and cement on scale models and dioramas. New packaging allows you to hang the set on a hook for display. The set includes a step-by-step guide by Chema Cabrero. Replaces Vallejo Pigments Set 3 - Stone and Cement, Urban (73198).
All pigments from Vallejo Pigments range are suitable for recreating any types of terrains and geographical conditions.
How to apply: Use Matt Medium or Pigment Binder to adhere the product to the surface of your model. Pigment Binder has a longer drying time.
You can achieve a variety of effects by mixing Vallejo pigments with products from the Diorama Effects range, e.g. with Transparent Water for creating realistic oil and grease stains or with Sandy Paste for creating heavy dry mud or flaking rust.
Download Vallejo Pigments manual here
Includes: 4 x 35 ml bottles
73121 - Desert Dust
73104 - Light Sienna
73105 - Natural Sienna
73114 - Dark Slate Grey
This set of acrylic paints is designed for painting uniforms worn by soldiers of modern armies in desert environments. It includes all the necessary colours for painting modern camouflage patterns used by ground forces of the United States, Great Britain, Russia and other countries.
The set contains:
AK3029 Faded White
AK3033 Light Sand
AK3056 Brown Black
AK3031 Brown Leather
AK3075 US Field Drab
AK3143 Grey Green
Master Box 1:35 British Infantry in action, Northern Africa, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3580
The kit represents British infantrymen attacking the enemy in the African desert. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 Allied Forces, WWII, North Africa desert battles series - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3594
Includes parts for the assembly of five figures. Glue and paint are not included.
A small blister pack of sand for basing and diorama model building in 1/35 scale.
Fine sand - Fine grains of sand
Heavy sand - More coarse sand grains.
Sand with rocks - A mix of fine sand with rocks.
This new paint set from AK Interactive is designed for painting the uniforms worn by the British Army soldiers during WWII. The set contains all the necessary paints for replicating the colours used by the British ground forces.
Includes: 6 x 17ml paints
AK3058 Intermediate Green
AK3064 Green Black
AK3073 Red Brown
AK3081 British Uniform
AK3033 Light Sand
This book is dedicated to the German camouflage patterns used on vehicles of the Deutsche Afrika Korps throughout WWII. It shows all colour variants encountered during the African campaign, with the examples of the European Dark Gray (RAL 7021) (used in Libya), Yellow-Brown RAL 8000 with Green-Gray spots RAL 7008 (used in 1941), and the new Yellow-Brown RAL 8020 and Sand Gray RAL 7027 (used from 1942). In the book you will also find a selection of Italian vehicles which fought alongside the Germans against the Allies from 1941 to 1943. This is supplemented by the addition of allied units captured by the Axis troops including American half tracks with distinctive German marks.
The book contains over 170 camo schemes used by the D.A.K and the Royal Italian Army, from the most common patterns to the most unusual ones. An inspirational guide to your next African modelling project.
The book has 108 pages.
Miniart 1:35 - British Armoured Car Crew - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35069
This kit represent five members of a British armoured car crew. Two of them (the commander and the driver) are dressed in British denim tank suits and suitable for dioramas set in Italy or Northwestern Europe during WWII. The commander has a Ruger MK II pistol holster and a pair of ear phones. The driver also is carrying a pistol holster as well as an ammo pouch. His arms are positioned to hold a steering wheel of the Mk III Dingo scout car.
The other three figures can be used with the Dingo Mk.Ib car in dioramas dedicated to the North African or Italian campaigns. The officer is equipped with a pistol holster, small ammo pouch, binoculars, binocular case, haversack and water bottle. The sitting crewman and another vehicle's commander each have a pistol holster and a small ammo pouch. All three crew-members are wearing British Khaki drill uniforms. The goggles depicted in the box image are not included.
The kit contains 44 parts.
Includes parts for five figures and accessories.
Box: 260mm x 162mm x 35mm
Master Box 1:35 German Motorcycle & Sidecar WWII - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3528
The kit represents the German BMW R75 motorcycle with a sidecar which can be mounted with either an MG 34 or an MG 42 machine gun. The development of the R75 started in 1938 following a request from the German Army. Initial units were equipped with 750 cc side valve engines, however later they were replaced by new OHV 750 cc engines. The R75 was proved highly manoeuvrable and suitable for off-road conditions. Even today a well-restored vehicle can perform well both on and off-road.
The R75 was deployed by German troops in the USSR and Northern Africa during WWII. It remained in production until 1944 when the Eisenach factory was bombed by the Allied forces. The success of the motorcycle during the war inspired the US military who asked Harley-Davidson to create a similar vehicle for the US Army. So the Harley-Davidson XA was produced, a close copy of the R-75.
The kit contains parts for the assembly of one R-75 motorcycle with a sidecar and a gun. Two gun options are provided: the MG 34 and the MG 42. Glue and paint are not included.
- A Wehrmacht ambulance motorcycle (red crosses are provided)
- 12 SS Panzer, Normandy 1944
- Ramcke Parachute Brigade, Libya and Tunisia 1942-1943
- 14 Fallschirmjager Division, Anzio 1944
- 24 Panzer Division, Stalingrad 1942
- Alternative for 24 Panzer Division, Stalingrad 1942
Miniart 1:35 - AEC Mk I Armoured Car - Plastic model kit #35152
The British AEC heavy armoured cars were built by the Associated Equipment Company (AEC) during WWII, with the first car produced in 1941. The AEC Mk I was equipped with the Valentine Mk II turret, featuring the 2-pounder gun. The Mk I had an AEC 195 diesel engine and weighed eleven tonnes. Over a hundred Mk I vehicles were built and many of them saw action in the North African Campaign.
The kit contains 496 parts.
Includes parts for one British armoured car.
Box: 345mm x 240mm x 80mm
Academy 1:35 - M1151 Enhanced Armament Carrier - Plastic Model Kit #13415
The M1151 Enhanced Armament Carrier is an enhanced version of the Humvee military light truck. Its development was commissioned by the US Central Command and aimed to replace the Humvee vehicle deployed by the US Armed Forces.
Featuring a heavier chassis and a more powerful diesel engine, the M1151 has applique armour ensuring additional protection of the vehicle. The chassis from the Humvee Expanded Capacity Vehicle allows to carry more passengers and equipment (up to about 1.5 tonnes). The M1151 can be mounted with the Mk 19 grenade launcher, and a number of machine guns including the M2, M60, M240 and M249 models.
Click here to download the kit manual.
- 377 total parts
- 335 tan styrene parts
- 16 clear parts
- 10 black styrene parts
- 8 Photo-etched parts
- 8 vinyl keepers
- Decals options
Academy 1:35 - Warrior MCV "Iraq 2003" - Plastic model kit #13201
The Warrior is a modern infantry combat vehicle of British origin also known as the MCV-80 according to its initial designation. Started in the late 1970s by GKN Sankey, its development was commissioned by the UK Army that sought a replacement for the older FV432 series. The vehicle is aimed to defend the crew from enemy gunfire and to ensure fire-power support during land operations. Its crew includes: driver, gunner, commander and seven soldiers in full gear.
The Warrior carried British troops to the battlefield during the Invasion of Iraq that started in 2003 and marked the beginning of the Iraq War. The Invasion lasted for 21 days and resulted in the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime. The campaign against the Iraqi government was conducted by the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Poland. Along with the War in Iraq, the Warrior vehicles were used during the Gulf War and the war in Afghanistan.
Meng Model 1:35 - Modern US Military Individual Load Carrying Equipment - Plastic model kit #SPS-015
This plastic kit from the Meng Models Supplies series includes 17 most common pieces of modern US Military individual load-carrying equipment, such as medium and large backpacks, hard Pelican cases in different sizes, a hydration system, foam sleeping mats, different helmet configurations and more. Some of the backpacks have additional MOLLE pouches that can be attached to the sides. A good addition to US military figures and dioramas.
VAL 70.827 Lime Green
VAL 70.861 Glossy Black
VAL 70.922 Uniform Green
VAL 70.971 Green Grey
VAL 70.977 Desert Yellow
This set of six acrylic colours allows you to paint the sand coloured schemes of the vehicles recently deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq. The set includes the gray-sand used by U.S. troops, the yellow-sand of the British Army, the Iraqi army sand colour and three colours of the Bundeswehr camouflage in desert theaters. The colours of each bottle correspond to the actual colour, with a little modification for scale effect.
These acrylic paints are suitable for both brush and airbrush. They are odourless and water soluble. The special AK Interactive formula prevents paints from clogging in the airbrush.
6 x 17ml bottles
AK725 New Iraqui Army Sand
AK726 British Sand Yellow
AK122 OIF & OEF US Vehicles base colour
AK727 RAL 8031 F9 German sand brown
AK728 RAL 8031 F9 German sand beige
AK729 RAL 7050 F7 German grey beige
Vallejo Pigments - Desert Dust
Pigments are intended for weathering and ageing vehicles and armour. They help create the effects of dust, mud, dirt and smoke caused by time and natural erosion.
Includes: 1 x 30 ml bottle
VAL 73121 Desert Dust
Vallejo Polyurethane - Primer Desert Tan Base
The Surface Primer can be used directly or mixed with auxiliary products like Varnishes, Mediums, etc. It is recomended to avoid mixing Surface Primer with alcohol and/or solvents. Apply with a brush or an airbrush. Perfect as a ground for plastic, brass, resin, etc. Surface Primer can be cleaned easily using water; for a more thorough cleaning it is recomended to use Airbrush Cleaner.
Includes: 1 x 17 ml bottle
VAL 70.613 Desert Tan
Starter set for creating a diorama base, includes:1x Mod Podge - BS Mod Podge Matte 8 Oz. / 236ml
Mod Podge - BS Mod Podge Matte 8 Oz. / 236ml
Suitable for paper craft projects
Is quick-drying for multiple coats build up and dries clear
Can be sanded to a smooth finish
Cleans up easily while wet with soap and water
Non-toxic and water-based
130g Bag of Amaco Plaster Sculptamold Modelling Compound White
Non-toxic and acid free
Made in USA
Designed for easy usage and storage
A modelling and casting compound for all ages. Finished objects are lightweight and extremely durable. This compound mixes easily and quickly with water and models like clay but sets like plaster in 30 minutes. It adheres to most clean surfaces and can be oven dried at 200 degrees. When dry Sculptamold can be sanded sawed carved or nailed without chipping.
Blue Styrofoam Sheet (20mm, A4 Sized)
Ideal for diorama bases, can be glued, cut or shaped with heat. High density modelling foam.
Milliput Modelling Clay - Standard (Yellow/Grey)
Comes in packs containing 2 x 56·7gm. Sticks and the general instructions for preparation and usage are the same.
The two sticks have a long shelf life but once mixed the resultant putty is at first soft and highly adhesive and then gradually hardens. Speed of hardening is dependant on temperature and at normal temperatures (20-25ºC) Milliput becomes rock hard in three to four hours. By the application of heat the setting time can be reduced to a few minutes.
After setting hard Milliput continues to cure and is fully cured after an elapse of time equal to the setting time at the same temperature. Once fully cured Milliput can be machined, drilled, tapped, turned, filed, sawn, sandpapered and painted. Milliput can be sandpapered and painted immediately it has set. (it is advisable to wear eye protection during this process).
Milliput is an excellent adhesive and will bond any of the following to itself or to any of the others - wood, brick, cement, metals, concrete, plastics, glass etc, but note that Milliput is not intended as a thin layer adhesive and should not be used where a paste, mucilage or thin glue is indicated. Milliput will set under water and is heat resistant up to 130°C.
Meng Model 1:35 - IDF Infantry Set (2000-Present) - Plastic Figure Model Kit #HS-004
The infantry branch of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) is known as the Israeli Infantry Corps. It consists of both regular and reserve service units and brigades led by the IDF's regional commands. The most of the IDF infantry soldiers are armed with MTAR-21 rifles. Additionally, they are equipped with several hand-thrown grenades. The range of vehicles used by the Israeli infantry includes Sufa jeeps, Humvees, and APCs such as the M113, the Achzarit and the Namer.
The Israeli infantrymen wear a sand yellow uniform. They also have special camouflage helmets with shape disruptive camouflage covers. The covers are far larger than the soldiers heads, which makes it hard for the enemy to take a precise shot. In addition, uniforms are fire retardant and bulletproof armour is issued.
This kit represents four IDF infantrymen: a commander, a grenadier and two riflemen. Three types of the MTAR-21 rifle are included: the standard variant, an assault variant and one with an underslung grenade launcher. The kit can be a great addition to an Israeli diorama featuring the IDF tanks and other vehicles.
The kit contains parts for the assembly of four figures and weapon. Glue and paint are not included.
- The tactical vest can be completed with many accessories
- Field packs and military drop leg pouches provided
- Knee-pads and boots are the latest common types
- The H-189GR receiver, PRC-624 radio set and FUJINON SHS binoculars are included
This unique enamel colour is designed to reproduce the streaking dirt effect on modern American combat vehicles used during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2001 and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq in 2003 (OEF and OIF). The product will help you achieve a specific dirt shade which commonly appears on US vehicles painted with the sand colour FS 33446. Shake well before use.
OEF and OIF were launched by the US Government after the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.
Includes: 1 x 35 ml
Miniart 1:35 - Leichter Pz.Kpfw. 202(e) with Crew Dingo Mk.I (Afrika Korps) - Plastic model kit #35082
The Daimler Mk. I, or the 'Dingo', was a British four wheel drive scout car often captured by the Nazis during WWII and renamed Leichter Pz.Kpfw. Mk. I 202(e).
Designed by Birmingham Small Arms Company, the Dingo was produced by Daimler in 1939. It had two man crew and was used as a reconnaissance vehicle. Its key advantages included the special gearbox, which allowed five speeds in both directions, and a four-wheel steering system, which gave a turning circle of 7 m. The Dingo first saw action with British troops in the Battle of France. It remained in British service till 1952 with over 6,000 units produced by that time.
The kit contains 204 parts.
Includes parts for the assembly of one armoured car and three figures.
Box: 345mm x 240mm x 60mm
The Deutsche Afrika Korps vehicles wore 4 different RAL colours: 8000 and 7008 before March 1942; 8020 and 7008 after March 1942. Additionally the vehicles were painted with a Panzer Grey 7021 paint base which was often exposed when the paint camo was chipped and worn. There is also a discussion about the colour of the Tiger I deployed in Tunisia, because some sources identified them in Olive Drab. However, recent research identifies the paint as RAL 8020 but in a more greenish shade than usual.
This set includes 6 colours which can be applied directly without having to make complex paint mixtures or do research about the colours used by DAK. These colours were slightly modified in order to compensate for the scale effect.
Includes: AK700 RAL 8020 Gelbbraun, AK701 RAL 7027 Grau, AK702 RAL 8000 Gelbbraun, AK703 RAL 7008 Graugrün (or Khakibraun), AK704 RAL 7021 Dunkelgrau, AK705 RAL 7008 Graugrün Opt. 2
Academy 1:35 - M551 Sheridan "Gulf War" - Plastic Model Kit #13208
The M551 "Sheridan" AR/AAV (Armoured Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle) was a light tank developed by the United States military. Designed to be parachuted in and swum across rivers. It was armed with the M81/M81 Modified/M81E1 152mm gun/launcher, which fired conventional ammunition and the MGM-51 Shillelagh guided anti-tank missile.
Click here to download the kit manual.
- 470 total parts
- 457 yellow-sand styrene parts
- 12 steel coloured vinyl parts
- 1 nylon screen section
- Decal options
Academy 1:35 - M1A2 Abrams MBT Tusk I/II V2 US Army - Plastic model kit #13298
The M1 Abrams is a modern U.S. third-generation main battle tank. It entered service in 1980 to replace the M60. The M1 is the principal main battle tank of the U.S. Army and Marine Corps. It is also widely used by the armies of Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Iraq. The M1A2 is one of the main versions of the M1 Abrams. Compared to M1A1, it has an improved fire control system, an improved cooling system, and digital maps.
Miniart 1:35 - Dingo MK IB British Armoured Car w/Crew - Plastic Model Kit #35067
The Dingo was a British light two-man armoured car, relatively low and wide enough to have the required stability for fast off-road rides. Its initial armour was thin, just enough to stand against infantry ordnance. At the Army’s request, it was thickened, reaching 30mm (1.18 in) on the front nose and glacis. Deflecting armoured sloped panels were welded all around the central framework. The front driving compartment had four opening hatches. The engine was the regular Daimler 6-cyl 2.5 l 55 hp (41 kW), fed by a 300 l (79.25 gal) gasoline reserve (two tanks), which gave an incredibly long range for its small size. The transmission consisted of a pre-selector gearbox, fluid flywheel, five forward gears and five reverse gears, allowing steering with all four wheels. This feature gave the Dingo a very tight turning radius, only 7m (23 ft), but the system was tricky to master for inexperienced drivers, so a more conventional design with front-wheel steering was chosen.
During the course of wartime production, it appeared that the flat bottom plate, which allowed the crossing of uneven ground, was highly vulnerable to mines. The rubber tires were of the run-flat semi-solid type, so no spares were carried, but their toughness was compensated by the massive vertical coil springs, to give a smooth ride. There was a swiveling seat next to the driver, for a machine-gun servant/radio operator, equipped with a N°19 wireless radio set. The base armament was a removable cal. 0.303 (7.7 mm) Bren gun, with a dozen spare magazines. This armament could be swapped over for a heavier Boys antitank rifle (cal 0.55 in/14 mm). This gave the vehicle, which was fast and well-protected, with a good engine and low profile, a real advantage against all sorts of light vehicles, making it perfectly suited for reconnaissance and liaison missions.
The Dingo was produced from 1939 to 1945, and remained virtually unaltered. The Mark IB was the third variant of the series. It had a reverse cooling air flow and new armoured grilles for the radiator, allowing better ventilation. The bulk of these vehicles served in the Libyan desert.
This kit represents a British Dingo MK IB armoured car and three British crew-members: a driver, an observer and an officer. All three figures are dressed in British desert uniforms and armed with holstered revolvers. The officer has a pair of binoculars, a water bottle and a map case.
The kit contains 218 parts.
Includes parts for one armoured car and three figures.
Box: 345mm x 240mm x 60mm
- British Army, 7 Armoured Division, 1 Field Squadron Royal Engineers F 47483, World War II, Libya 1942, Sand with dark-earth stripes
- Canadian Army, 1 Canadian Army Tank Brigade, Calgary Reg Hunter, Operation Jubilee, Diepe, August 1942, Dark green, dark earth, black
- British Army, 7 Armoured Division, 4 Armoured Brigade, 5 Battalion F19370, World War II, Libya 1942, Sand
You can download instruction sheets here.
This is a complete guide for building dioramas, vignettes and environments. Written by master modeller Rubén González, it includes detailed information on how to make all kinds of terrain, weather effects such as snow, rain, desert and much more. It is a complete guide to achieving all the more difficult parts of building dioramas to a very high standard.
The book has 560 pages.
Pigments are intended for weathering and ageing vehicles and armour. They help create the effects of dust, mud, dirt and smoke caused by time and natural erosion.
Vallejo Pigments, 1 x 30 ml
VAL 73101 Titanium White
VAL 73102 Light Yellow Ocre
VAL 73103 Dark Yellow Ocre
VAL 73106 Burnt Sienna
VAL 73107 Dark Red Ocre
VAL 73109 Natural Umber
VAL 73110 Burnt Umber
VAL 73111 Green Earth
VAL 73112 Chrome Oxide Green
VAL 73113 Light Slate Grey
VAL 73114 Dark Slate Grey
VAL 73115 Natural Iron Oxide
VAL 73116 Carbon Black
VAL 73117 Rust
VAL 73118 New Rust
VAL 73119 European Earth
VAL 73120 Old Rust
VAL 73121 Desert Dust
Vallejo Stone Textures - Desert Sand
Vallejo Desert Sand is an acrylic paste that helps create sandy surfaces like those of beaches and deserts. The paste has a medium viscosity.
Includes: 1 x 200 ml bottle
VAL26217 Desert Sand
A very appropriate colour for desert vehicles painted with a light sand colour, especially German tanks from DAK. Shake it well before use and then apply directly to your model to create contrast and depth in the details. This is an enamel product and it can be dissolved using AK Interactive white spirit or odourless turpentine. It is recommended to apply this wash to surfaces that have been painted or varnished with acrylic paint.
Vallejo Ground Texture - Grey Sand VAL 26215
Grey Sand is a grey rough texture to reproduce the coarse terrain of dunes and rocks in arid climates. The texture is also ideal for creating surfaces of rusted metal.
Includes: 1 x 200 ml bottle
VAL26215 Grey Sand
Diorama Effects is not flammable, and does not contain solvents. Please see also certified safety information of the product on the Safety page.