Tamiya Weathering Master Set (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H)


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Easy Way to a Pro-Level Finish
Weathering means adding realistic-looking effects to your models, such as sand on tank treads and mud-caked rally car bodies. These new Tamiya Craft Tools offer by far the easiest way to achieve realistic weathering effects. Weathering Master comes in a pocket sized case with 3 colors and special applicator tool.

  • Semi-wet material adheres well and won't run into surrounding areas. Use included tool to apply. Perfect for adding a touch of extra detail to finished models as well.


SET A: 
Sand (for dusty finish)
Light Sand (for dusty finish on light-colored vehicles)
Mud (for mud on tank treads and rally cars
SET B: Snow (for winter camouflage and light snow)
Soot (for soot from exhaust pipes and gun barrels)
Rust (for rusting of AFV and boat hulls) 

SET C: Orange Rust (for orange/red tinted rusty metal
Gun Metal (for unpolished metal look)
Silver (for polished metal look)

SET D: 
Burnt Blue (for scorched metal look)
Burnt Red (for scorched metal look)
Oil Stain (for realistic brownish-gray oil stain color)

SET E: 

SET F:

SET G:

SET H:


1. Using Sponge Tip
Use sponge tip to smear soot onto model surfaces as shown in photos.

2. Using Normal Paint Brush
Mix rust color with acylic thinner to apply with paint brush to depict realistic rust stains. 

 

3. Depict Muddy Motorcross Bikes
Use Weathering Stick and Weathering Master mud versions to depict realistic motorcross models. 

4. Add Flavor to Car Dioramas
Use Weathing Master soot and sand colors to add texture to road surfaces. Use Weathering Stick snow to paint white road lines. 

 

5. Depict Soot Stains on AFVs
Use Weathering Master to depict soot stains on tank cannon

6. For Winter Camouflage
Weathering Master snow is perfect for recreating winter camouflage. Use Weathering Stick snow to depict snow stuck to tracks and road wheels.

 

7. Get Muddy Finish for Tank Tracks 
Use Weathering Stick to apply directly to tracks, or dillute with water to apply using brush.

8. Touch-Up Finished Models.
Drybrush ontro finished models to create a model unlike any other. 

 


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