Acrylic XF1 Flat Black 3/4 oz

23ml Jar of Tamiya XF-1 Black color Acrylic Flat (Matt) Paint.

Tamiya Acrylic XF1 Flat Black 3/4 oz Hobby and Model Acrylic Paint #81301
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Specifications :

Volume: 23ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81301
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"Best black acrylic on the market"
iraqiwildman (Jefferson City, MO)
Tamiya makes the finest flat black acrylic paint on the market today. I like to thin it about 25% with Future and 25% Tamiya X-20A acrylic thinner for a super smooth and hard finish. I mainly use this paint for pre-shading armor models and paint the tracks. Adding the Future to it will give you a super hard finish.

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  • 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.


Volume: 23ml

  • Tamiya Product Number: 81301

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"Tamiya Acrylic XF1 Flat Black"
Tamiya acrylics are easy to handle with superb coverage because of it's fine particles. The flat black is a multipurpose tool because of the amount of things it can be used for, like preshading, base colour, etc. This product is top of the line, so you should buy this. One con to note is that Tamiya acrylics don't brush paint well.

"Versatile Paint"
This is one of those paints that you keep lots of because it works well with everything. Need more weathering or some quick shading on a tank? Use this on a brush. Need to paint something black quickly without worrying about the quality of the paint job? Use this. It's a flat color and no one will really notice the bad paint job. I find that this works well with Tamiya's X20A thinner but water and alcohol should do the trick, too. I don't know why you would though.

"My favorite Brand"
fstice (
I have switched to Tamiya acrylics almost exclusively for their quality of finish, non-volitility, and their ability to thin with denatured alcohol. The thinned paints work excellently through an airbrush, but may require a second coat if applied by a brush. The bottles clean very well when emptied for use as a paint mixing jar.


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

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