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I "inherited" some paints from my brother who used to do some modeling. Among them were some Tamiya clear colors (blue, red, orage).
Anyone have any experience using them (for what?) or are they basically useless?
The Tamiya clear colors are fantastic!
For certain things.
I use them for gems, power weapons, blood (red), stuff like that. Just put a black basecoat, pop in some silver and coat it with the coat and viola! Instant gem. Cover over the silver of a sword for an instant and cool looking power weapon.
They have some neat uses.
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Aye, I'm with the Warmonkey- Tamiya Clear (I use red) is awesome for gemstones and the like. I don't know how it would work as a primary color for a whole model, but definitely something fun for the inventory.
If you can get hold of Tamiya smoke (clear colour) it makes an awesome instant "weathered chainmail" wash.
PP use it on their steam jack metallics.