Acrylic X32 Titanium Silver 3/4 oz

23ml Jar of Tamiya X-32 Titanium Silver color Acrylic Gloss Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic X32 Titanium Silver 3/4 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81032
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 Tamiya # tam81032
$4.60
 
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Tamiya Item # tam81032
Features :
  • Can be used on styrol resins, styrofoam, wood, plus all of the common model plastics.
  • Covers well, flows smoothly with no blushing or fading, and can be blended easily.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great acrylic paint"
nscrfns (Killeen, TX)
As with all Tamiya acrylics, thin between 1:1 and 2:1 paint to thinner for airbrushing. I personally thin about 65% thinner. 15-18 psi. Brush paint in one direction only and avoid over brushing until first coat is cured (not just dry to the touch)

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Features

  • Can be used on styrol resins, styrofoam, wood, plus all of the common model plastics.
  • Covers well, flows smoothly with no blushing or fading, and can be blended easily.

Specs

Volume: 23ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81032

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Reviews

  
 
"Best model paint by far"
Felgenhauer98
Tamiya makes the hobby paint on the planet. Its so easy to work with. The coverage is awesome. At first, coming from Testors, I was hesitant because Testors is so thin and barely covers. Once I used it, it was a game changer. I will be switching all my paints to Tamiya.

 
"A Beautiful Aluminum Silver Look"
Tommy
This isn't a shiny silver paint, and it isn't supposed to. The finished dried paint looks like slightly shiny aluminum. In fact it looks so much like aluminum I use it for everything that needs to have a rugged metal look. It's perfect for parts with lots of piping detail (engines) and Gundam joints. The effect is metal without that cheesy toy-esque shine. This is also surprisingly durable. So much so that I don't top coat it. Although, If you do top coat it, the luster might change.

 
"very nice color for airplanes"
mongoosedog240
I tend to use Tamiya Acrylics for hand painting by mixing with future. When thinned and sprayed, this is a very nice color for bare metal aircraft. They will not lay down as smooth as Alclad of Metalizer, but this is well cheaper and way less toxic.

Comments

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

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