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British Aircraft Colours of WWII

Royal Air Force Colours

RAF Roundel Blue

 


XF-8 Blue- 3 parts
X-18 Semi Gloss Black- 1 part
RAF Roundel Red

 


XF-7 Flat Red- 2 parts
X-7 Gloss Red- 1 part
XF-64 Red Brown - 1 part
RAF Roundel Yellow

 


XF-3 Flat Yellow- 20 parts
X-7 Gloss Red- 1 part
RAF Dark Green

 


XF-81 Dark Green 2 (RAF)- 3 parts
XF-49 Khaki- 1 part
RAF Dark Earth

 


XF-49 Khaki - 6 parts
XF-52 Flat Earth- 1 part
RAF Ocean Grey

 


XF-82 Ocean Gray- 9 parts
X-2 White- 1 part
RAF Medium Sea Grey

 


XF-83 Medium Sea Grey- 9 parts
X-2 White- 1 part
RAF Sky

 


XF-21 Sky - 3 parts
X-2 White- 1 part
RAF Middle Stone

 


XF-59 Desert Yellow - 1 part
XF-60 Dark Yellusow - 1 part
Mediterranean Dark Sea Blue

 

X-3 Royal Blue - 10 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 1 parts
X-21 Flat Base - 2 parts
XF-19 Sky Grey -1 parts
Mediterranean Light Sea Blue

 


XF-18 Medium Blue -10 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 1 part
Azure

 

XF-2 Flat White- 20 Parts
XF-8 Flat Blue- 3 Parts
X-16 Purple- 3 Parts
XF-18 Medium Blue- 1 Part
Interior Green

 


XF-5 Flat Green - 1 part
XF-21 Sky - 3 parts
XF-65 Field Grey - 1 part
Fuel Tank Red

 


XF-7 Flat Red - 5 parts
XF-9 Hull Red - 1 part

Colours of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm

FAA Extra Dark Sea Grey

 


XF-24 Dark Grey - 17 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 3 parts
XF-8 Flat Blue - 1 part
FAA Dark Slate Grey

 


XF-11 J.N. Green- 1 part
XF-63 German Grey - 1 part
RAF Sky

 


XF-21 Sky - 3 parts
X-2 White- 1 part


Colours used on Vought Built Corsairs

ANA 603 Sea Gray

 


XF-18 Medium Blue- 3 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 1 parts
ANA 613 Olive Drab

 


XF-62 Olive Drab
ANA 602 Light Gray

 


XF-19 Sky Grey- 2 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 1 parts


Colour of US Aircraft in FAA Service

ANA 603 Sea Gray

 


XF-18 Medium Blue- 3 parts
XF-2 Flat White - 1 parts
ANA 613 Olive Drab

 


XF-62 Olive Drab
ANA 610 Sky

 


XF-21 Sky - 3 parts
X-2 White- 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