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British AFV Colours of WWII

Mixes listed below were found on various websites and forums and were attributed to Mike Starmer. 

Nobels Khaki Green #3/G3

 

XF-62 Olive Drab- 3 parts
XF-59 Desert Yellow- 2 parts
Dark Green G4

 

XF-61 Dark Green- 3 parts
XF-59 Desert Yellow - 2 parts
Dark Tarmac #4

 

XF-24 Dark Grey - 1 part
XF-69 NATO Black - 1 part
BS.24 Silver Grey

 

XF-21 Sky - 7 parts
XF-19 Sky Grey - 1 part
XF-4 Yellow Green- 1 part
BS.34 Slate

 

XF-24 Dark Grey - 1 part
XF-4 Yellow Green- 1 part
BS.61 Light Stone XF-2 Flat White- 7 parts
XF-59 Desert Yellow - 2 parts
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 2 parts
BS.64 Portland Stone XF-2 Flat White- 6 parts
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 1 part
XF-57 Buff- 1 part
SCC #1A Dark Brown

 

XF-10 Flat Brown- 7 parts
XF-1 Flat Black- 2 parts
SCC #2 Brown XF-68 - 5 parts
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 4 part
XF-1 Flat Black- 1 part
SCC #7 Green

 

XF-58 Olive Green- 3 parts
XF-64 Red Brown- 2 parts
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 2 parts
SCC #13 "Jungle Green" XF-51 Khaki Drab- 2 part
XF-61 Dark Green- 1 part
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 1 part
SCC #15 Olive Drab XF-61 Dark Green- 5 part
XF-62 Olive Drab- 2 part
XF-3 Flat Yellow- 2 part
SCC #49 Light Purple Brown XF-7 Flat Red- 10 part
XF-8 Flat Blue- 1 part
SCC #224 Deep Bronze Green XF-5 Flat Green- 8 part
XF-62 Olive Drab- 5 part
Light Mud XF-55 Deck Tan - 4 parts
XF-49 Khaki - 2 parts
XF-66 Light Grey - 1 part
Desert Pink XF-2 Flat White- 5 parts
XF-15 Flat Flesh - 5 parts
XF-52 Flat Earth - 1 part

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About the Tamiya Paint Database

The Tamiya Paint Database was created as a way to demonstrate the Microsoft FrontPage Access Database Wizard back in the spring of 2000. Originally, anyone could add formulas to the database, and for a while, all was good. Sadly, much time was later required to weed out false entries, and after a while, the DB was taken down.  Now it has been restored and more mixes have been added. 

While we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the mixes listed, we cannot test them all. That said, we recommend that you test your own small sample before making a batch large enough to paint a 1/24 scale aircraft. If you do find an error in a formula, please contact us