Acrylic Mini X11 Chrome Silver 1/3 oz

10ml Jar of Tamiya X-11 Chrome Silver color Acrylic Gloss Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic Mini X11 Chrome Silver 1/3 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81511
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Tamiya Item # tam81511
Features :
  • These handy paints for hobby use are made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are completely safe.
  • Can be used on most common model plastics such as styrol resin and styrofoam.
  • Paint can be washed away with plain water if done prior to curing.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Not really a true chrome acrylic paint, but still good stuff"
mh9162013
If you're expecting a perfectly shiny chrome-silver finish, this may not be the best paint for you and you should consider a NMF paint instead. However, this produces a decent, although somewhat granular silvery finish. You also need to be sure to mix and thin it well for best results; a bit of experimentation may be required.

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Features

  • These handy paints for hobby use are made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are completely safe.
  • Can be used on most common model plastics such as styrol resin and styrofoam.
  • Paint can be washed away with plain water if done prior to curing.

Specs

Volume: 10ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81511

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Reviews

  
 
"Chrome or Silver????"
ssmithwarner
This is great for landing gear and struts. Looks like chrome and goes on very easily.

 
"Acrylic Mini X11 Chrome Silver"
harvey8063
Acrylic Mini X11 Chrome Silver is a great product at a great price. Everything I wanted it to be!

 
"Tricky but not terrible"
clunymike
Note: this doesn't actually look like chrome. It's pretty close, but it's too grainy. Like most paints that try to imitate a metallic substance, it gets the color right, but not the visual texture. Maybe there's a trick to getting it to look just like chrome, but I haven't found it. That being said, it's probably one of the best products of its kind. I like the smaller pot because it's not a color that is used a ton. It's pretty nice for anything that needs a chromey sort of look. I'll even use it for parts of landing gear struts. I have not tried it from an airbrush, but for the paint brush you have to be a little careful. You should thin it, but it's a tough balance between getting good coverage without brushstrokes. I usually use one drop of water to 10 parts of paint, but definitely experiment!

Comments

Thin using Tamiya Thinner: 23ml (tam81020), 46ml (tam81030), 250ml (tam81040)

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