Tamiya Color Spray - For Plastics
TS-54 Light Metallic Blue (85054)
★Light metallic blue with a slight yellow tinge.
TS-55 Dark Blue (85055)
★A deep shade of blue.
TS-56 Brilliant Orange (85056)
★A vibrant shade of orange.
TS-57 Blue Violet (85057)
★Violet with a blue tint.
TS-58 Pearl Light Blue (85058)
★A pearlescent shade of pale blue often seen on full size road cars.
TS-59 Pearl Light Red (85059)
★A pearlescent shade of pale red.
TS-60 Pearl Green (85060)
★A pearlescent pale green.
TS-61 NATO Green (85061)
★Recreates the shade of green in the standard NATO 3-color camouflage.
TS-62 NATO Brown (85062)
★Recreates the shade of brown in the standard 3-color NATO camouflage.
TS-63 NATO Black (85063)
★Recreates the black in the standard 3-color NATO camouflage.
TS-64 Dark Mica Blue (85064)
★This dark blue features a deep sparkle, for a somber yet luxurious tone.
TS-65 Pearl Clear (85065)
★Add a pearlescent finish to your color with this quick-drying spray product.
TS-66 IJN Gray (85066)
★Accurately recreates the shade of gray unique to craft completed at the Kure Arsenal, such as the legendary Yamato.
TS-67 IJN Gray (Sasebo Arsenal) (85067)
★Recreates the gray unique to craft finished at the Sasebo Arsenal, such as the Musashi.
TS-68 Wooden Deck Tan (85068)
★The perfect shade for recreating the color of wooden deck boards.
TS-69 Linoleum Deck Brown (85069)
★Recreates the color of the linoleum coating applied to the decks of IJN cruisers, destroyers and the like.
TS-70 Olive Drab (JGSDF) (85070)
★This color is perfect for recreating the shade of olive drab seen on Japan Ground Self Defense Force (JGSDF) vehicles.
Tamiya Color Spray Paints
These cans of spray paint are extremely useful for painting large surfaces. The paint is synthetic lacquer that cures in a short period of time. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is enough to fully cover two or three 1/24 scale sized car bodies. Tamiya spray paints are not affected by acrylic or enamel paints; therefore, following an overall base coat, details can be added or picked out using enamel and/or acrylic paints. By combining the use of these three types of paints, the finishing of plastic models becomes simpler and more effective.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.