Spot-on mixing and misc.  colours 

Pigments below are basic colours such as white or black, dedicated mixing colours and specials. If you like to experiment and mix your own shades this is a category for you. :)

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No. 12a Soot Black

Intensive black. Can be both mixed and used straight from the jar. While mixing use small amounts as it can easily dominate other colours! Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: dusting, dry-brushing with ENML 2.0

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 12b Black Steel Metallic

Metallic black that can be easily used to replicate the appearance of bare metal. Allows for both accentuating edges or covering entire surfaces. Don't age as metal cotes – no expiration date and can be reversed if used along with ENML 2.0 binders. Great for machine guns, engine blocks, chains, burnishing track links, OVM, jet exhausts. Superb for accentuating frequently used hull parts such as handles, hatches by drybrushing. Very efficient - use with moderation! Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: Dry-brushing and painting with ENML 2.0 binders

Combine with: ENML 2.0 binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 13a High Opacity White

This is the white with maximum adhesive and covering capabilities. Can be mixed but will dominate other colours even if used sparingly. Best used alone for fading effects and other tasks which require good adhesion and maximum white colour strength. Very efficient - use with caution!  Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: dusting, mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 13b Low Opacity White

More easily controlled and less pronounced variant of white. Mixes very well and doesn't dominate other colours. Recommended for mixing for both expert and novice users. Resulting colours exhibit very good vibrancy. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 14a Mixing Yellow Intensive

Intensive yellow colour dedicated for mixing. Combining it with Mixing Ochres (Spot-On pigments No. 16abc)  allows you to produce rich and very intensive tones. Allows to produce your own warm, clay rich, earth and sand tones. Recommended for modellers with taste for flashy and intensive colours. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 14b Mixing Yellow XT Bright

This is very subtle yellow colour dedicated for mixing. Absolutely foolproof. Adding it to any colour allows you to produce a lighter and warmer tone. Recommended to use with mixing ochres (Spot-On pigments No. 16abc) to produce your own sand and ust tones. This colour is much more easily controlled than "intensive" variant and will yield great results even if accidentally overdosed. Company's favourite colour for for mixing warm shades. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 15a Mixing Grey Intensive Smoke

This is standard light grey shade dedicated for mixing. Adding it to any colour allows you to produce a toned down, dull variant of it. Combine with mixing ochres (Spot-On pigments No. 16abc)  to produce your own earth shades. can be also used alone to represent ashes. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour, dusting

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 15b Mixing Grey XT Bright Concrete

Light grey is used to tone down and lighten any intensive colour. Resulting colour is less flashy and will blend with your model base coat better. Great for mixing your own light earth and dust variants, faded and washed colours. Best used with Mxinig Ochres (Spot-On pigments No. 16abc). If you find colours mixed with whites too flashy and intensive this will do the trick! Used alone represents concrete very well. Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour, dusting

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 16a Mixing Ochres Light

Base colour for reproducing all kinds of earth and sands. Light brown tone. Combine with Mixing Yellows (Spot-On pigments No. 14ab) to produce lighter and warmer shades. Mix with No. 15ab Mixing Greys (Spot-On pigments No. 15ab) to produce lighter but less flashy tones. You can also mix with both mixing greys and yellows to find a sweet spot between yellows and greys and create your perfect tone! Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 16b Mixing Ochres Intensive

Base colour for reproducing all kinds of earth and sands. Medium brown tone. Combine with Mixing Yellows (Spot-On pigments No. 14ab) to produce lighter and warmer shades. Mix with No. 15ab Mixing Greys (Spot-On pigments No. 15ab) to produce lighter but less flashy tones. You can also mix with both mixing greys and yellows to find a sweet spot between yellows and greys and create your perfect tone! Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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No. 16c Mixing Ochres Red

Base colour for reproducing all kinds of earth and sands. Red tone. Combine with Mixing Yellows (Spot-On pigments No. 14ab) to produce lighter and warmer shades. Mix with No. 15ab Mixing Greys (Spot-On pigments No. 15ab) to produce lighter but less flashy tones. You can also mix with both mixing greys and yellows to find a sweet spot between yellows and greys and create your perfect tone! Please click the jar image to see this pigment in action! 

Recommended techniques: mixing colour

Combine with: Alkyd, ENML 2.0 or acrylic binders

Available textures: zero

Available volumes: 45 ml jar

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