Weathering Master C Set

This is the Tamiya Weathering Master Paint Set.

Tamiya Weathering Master C Set Hobby and Model Paint Set #87085
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Specifications :
  • Case Size; Length: 3-1/4" (82mm)
  • Width: 2" (51mm)
  • Height: 3/8" (9mm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87085
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"Good product"
First time to use this product and it does the job.

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Plastic case with 3 paint compartments Orange Rust (for orange tinted rust finish) Gun Metal (for dark metal finish) Silver (for worn out metal edges).


  • Case Size; Length: 3-1/4" (82mm)
  • Width: 2" (51mm)
  • Height: 3/8" (9mm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87085


One paint set with application tool

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"very easy to use with excellent results!"
This is a very easy to use pastel set that gives great results. The pastels are slightly moist and will stay on the model as you apply them. After you let them set overnight, they will dry and you can handle the model without leaving finger prints. They do not need to be sealed with a clear coat.

This is very easy and time save item for weathering... I use this item more than any pigment for light weathering Not for heavy weathering effects...

"too shiny for me"
wtcasper (Westminster, CO)
A friend recommended these chalk/paints. Though I have found them useful, I like the powered chalk better. The value to this type of weathering application is that it will stick directly to plastic or metal without priming. Since I routinely prime my kits, this is of little value to me. The stuff (I'm not really sure what it is--it's a lot like eye shadow) clumps when applied to a rough surface. Its best used is on smooth surfaces. I will use the gun metal to weather sidewalks and such. When I used the orange rust, it was so shiny I needed to use powdered chalk on top of it. The same with the silver which I used to represent metal. My recommendation is limited.

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