Spot-on  burnt armour   colours

Below are a 2 colours combo. Use the darker one first then blend in some of the second shade here and there. The result will be very accurately modelled burnt iron! Juts as seen on the burnt out wrecks. You may also want to add some greys and blacks to model ashes.  

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No. 11a Burnt Armour Purple Base

Combo colour. Apply it first as described in product FAQ and follow up with Spot-On Pigment No. 11b to create burnt armour appearance. Great for modelling all kinds of wrecks and burnt out industrial buildings and structures. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

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Recommended techniques: apply as base layer as weathering liquid

Combine with: ENML 2.0 binders, pigment No. 11b

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 11b Burnt Armour Purple Highlight

Combo colour. Blend and dry-brush this colour here and there over it's darker counterpart Spot-On pigment No. 11a to reproduce burnt armour. Great for modelling all kinds of wrecks and burnt out industrial buildings and structures. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

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Recommended techniques: blend in and dry brush over No. 11a base

Combine with: ENML 2.0 binders, pigment No11a

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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