Tamiya Color Spray - For Plastics
TS-71 Smoke (85071)
★The perfect shade for achieving tinted windos on your car model.
TS-72 Clear Blue (85072)
★A blue tint useful when finishing car model windows.
TS-73 Clear Orange (85073)
★A clear orange great for finishing car model turn signal parts.
TS74 Clear Red (85074)
★A color ideally suited to applications such as taillights on car models.
TS-75 Champagne Gold (85075)
★An elegant pale gold color.
TS-76 Mica Silver (85076)
★A luxurious light silver color with a hint of blue.
TS-77 Flat Flesh (85077)
★Perfect for recreating skin tones on your figures, etc.
TS-78 Field Gray (85078)
★Glossy color perfect for recreating WWII German troops' uniform color.
TS-79 Semi Gloss Clear (85079)
★A semi gloss transparent coat for uses such as on aircraft models.
TS-80 Flat Clear (85080)
★Provides a matte transparent coat suitable for uses such as on AFV models.
TS-81 Royal Light Gray (85081)
★A light tone of gray perfect for recreating that seen on WWII British vessels.
TS-82 Rubber Black (85082)
★A black which accurately recreates the look of rubber components.
TS-83 Metallic Silver (85083)
★A silver tone with strong metallic appearance.
TS-84 Metallic Gold (85084)
★A gold tone with a strong metallic appearance.
TS-85 Bright Rica Red (85085)
★A bright shade of red based upon color samples received from Scuderia Ferrari.
TS-86 Pure Red (85086)
★A shade of red between TS-8 and TS-49, great for use on kits of modern cars such as those from famed Italian maker Ferrari.
TS-87 Titanium Gold (85087)
★Perfect for recreating the color of gold-tinted titanium components such as bike mufflers and jet engines.
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.