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If your preference is for vessels from the American Navy durring the Second World War then AK Interactive has a new color acrylic paint set specifically for you. Six (6) acrylic paints specifically designed to paint US Navy camouflages during WWII war.
As described by AK Interactive, this set (No. AK5000) has the colours within each bottle true to the original colour, with a modification for scale effect. The formula of these acrylic paints are designed for use by both a brush and an airbrush. These paints are odorless and water soluble which avoids bad smells and the dangers of more aggressive thinners. The acrylics are manufactured by AK Interactive and are made with a formula that prevents clogging in the airbrush.

This set is listed for 13,20 ($14.86 USD) plus shipping and is available from the AK Interactive website.
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