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|Subcategory||:||Paint and other modelling fluids|
|Version||:||17ml bottles acrylic paint|
|Availability||:||only 3 remaining|
This product was added to our database on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
Restriction: this product is a paint or lacquer. As a result of international security and safety measures these products are prohibited for transportation by air. The delivery of these products will be restricted to countries in Europe that are being served by road transport from the Netherlands. Any overseas orders containing these products will be adapted. The products will be removed from the order.
Category Scale Modelling, Subcategory Paint and other modelling fluids, ISBN/Box HTK-AS107, Publisher/Brand Hataka Hobby, Version 17ml bottles acrylic paint
The Dutch air forces were officially established in 1913 under the name of Luchtvaartafdeling (LVA, "the Aviation Department). In those early years majority of LVA's aircraft wore a simple green (LVA Khaki) over blue (LVA Blue) scheme, with trainers in overall LVA Blue. Underfunded in the interwar period, LVA started rebuilding process only in 1938. At the beginning of WW2 LVA operated appx. 120 combat aircraft, majority of them wearing a unique Dutch camo of Camouflage Green, Beige and Brown on upper surfaces over Camouflage Brown on lower surfaces (with the exception of some scout / training aircraft still wearing early colours).
The set contains the following acrylic based paints, optimised for use with airbrush: