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COLOR FILTERS

  • A Filter is a thin transparent layer of paint applied over a surface to alter the tone of a base coat. Filters need to be brushed onto the model using a paintbrush dampened with the effect. After dipping your paint brush into the bottle first wipe the excess Filter away onto a piece of paper or dinner napkin prior to brushing it onto the model.
    NL 09 LIGHT GREY-BLUE FILTER

    FOR PANZER GREY - A faded blue color that can be used to subtly lighten the tone of a base coat, blend a camouflage or unify color modulation on German grey and other vehicles with similar finishes. Use in conjunction with filters NL-10 and NL-33 to create contrast between plates for example.

    NL 10 VIBRANT BLUE FILTER

    FOR PANZER GREY - A rich blue shade to subtly lighten the tone, blend a camouflage or unify color modulation on German and other grey vehicles. Also great for adding a cold looking hue over a base coat on all types of vehicles operating in cool cloudy climates. Use in conjunction with filters NL-09 and NL-33 to create contrast between plates for example.

    NL 11 BRIGHT OCHRE FILTER

    FOR PANZER YELLOW - A vibrant yellow tone to subtly lighten the color, blend a camouflage and unify color modulation on German dark yellow and other vehicles with similar finishes.

    NL 12 DARK TAN FILTER

    FOR PANZER YELLOW - A shadowy brown color that will subtly darken a German dark yellow tone, blend a camouflage or unify color modulation.

    NL 13 BROWN FILTER

    FOR GERMAN THREE TONE CAMOUFLAGE - This brown tone works great for faintly blending a German camouflage helping to unify it with the basecoat.

    NL 14 VIBRANT GREEN FILTER

    FOR GREEN AND THREE TONE CAMOUFLAGE - A rich green tone that will faintly lighten your German olive green basecoats. This shade will also help to subtly unite a predominantly olive green camouflage.

    NL 15 SHARP RED FILTER

    FOR GERMAN PRIMER RED - This red filter will add a bit of vibrancy to factory vehicles and paper panzers containing a primer red finish. It will also help to subtly combine different tones used for color modulation.

    NL 16 DARK MAROON FILTER

    FOR GERMAN PRIMER RED - A red brown shade which can be used to subtly add a warm looking hue over a base coat on all other types of vehicles operating in hot climates. It can also be used to give your dark green basecoats more of an olive shade.

    NL 17 BLUE-GREEN FILTER

    FOR LIGHT RUSSIAN GREEN - This tone will slightly lighten and enrich the tone of your dark Russian green and olive basecoats.

    NL 18 DARK BROWN FILTER

    FOR RUSSIAN AND ALLIES GREEN - This dim filter will subtly darken most Russian green and olive finishes.

    NL 19 GREY-BROWN FILTER

    FOR OLIVE GREEN - A quick way to give your dark green finish a richer olive tone.

    NL 20 DARK BLUE FILTER

    FOR WHITE CAMOUFLAGE - A blue grey color that will add a cooler shadowy shade as felt on a freezing overcast day to your winter vehicle.

    NL 33 MEDIUM GREY FILTER

    FOR PANZER GREY - A neutral grey blue shade to subtly lighten the tone, blend a camouflage or unify color modulation on German and other grey vehicles. Use in conjunction with filters NL-09 and NL-10 to create contrast between plates for example.