Blood Red Skies: Vallejo Paint Sets Soviet

These Vallejo paint sets for Soviet WW2 aircraft give you an extremely accurate palette for your Blood Red Skies squadrons.

Vallejo Paint Sets: Soviet Aircraft

Vallejo Model Air is pre-thinned for application by airbrush, although depending on your setup you may find you need to add a little thinner or flow improver. With pigments that are ground more finely than most paints, they are also the perfect blend for modellers who prefer to brush paint.

Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War”

Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various colour combinations of the camouflage schemes of Soviet aircraft, starting with the years before WWII (the thirties) until the USSR entered into the “The Great Patriotic War” in June 1941.

71196 Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set
71196 Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set 2

Contents:

“Zashchitnyi” Khaki: Upper surfaces of aeroplanes with a metallic finish or combined construction of wood and fabric.
AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surfaces of aircraft with a combined structure of wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938-1941.
A-19f Grass Green: Alkyd treated enamel for upper surfaces of aircraft with a metal structure or metal parts in a combined structure of wood and metal. Specifications issued in June 1940.
Grey-Blue: Lower surface colour for aeroplanes t with a metallic finish or a combined wood and fabric structure during the 1927-37 decade.
AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the lower surfaces of aircraft with structures of combined wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Widely used in 1940 -1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7.
A-18f Light Blue: Alkyd treated enamel for lower surfaces of aeroplanes with metallic structures or metallic parts in a mixed metal and wood structure. Specifications issued in June 1940.
AII Aluminiovyi: Nitrocellulose lacquer for overall finish or lower surface on some models in 1938, as well as fabric surfaces of mixed structure aircraft. Specifications issued in 1938-1940.
AEh-9 Light Grey: Alkyd treated enamel for the general surface of aircraft with metal structures and metallic parts in mixed structures. Beginning 1941 used for interior structures. Specifications issued in 1937-1940.

 

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Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War”

Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various camouflage schemes of Soviet aircraft, from the beginning of the “Great Patriotic War” in June 1941 until the year 1943; the turning point on the Eastern Front.

71197 Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set 2
71197 Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set 2

Contents:

AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper surface of aircraft with combined wood/fabric and eventually metal structures. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938 and 1941.
AMT-4 Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper surface colour scheme “Black/Green” for aircraft of combined wood/metal structures and metallic finish.
A-24m Camouflage Green: Oil-based enamel equivalent of the colour AMT-4, the upper surface colour scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown Green” for aeroplanes with metal structures.
AMT-6 Matt Black: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper colour scheme “Black/Green” used on aircraft of mixed structure and metal finish.
AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the lower surface of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and eventually metal structure. Used widely in 1940-1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7.
AMT-7 Greyish Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surfaces of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and metal structures. Introduced starting 1943 as a substitute for AII Sv.gol.
A-28m Greyish Blue: Oil-based enamel equivalent to colour AMT-7, for inferior part of aircraft with a metallic structure. With time this colour acquired a yellow tint.
MK-7 Matt White: Removable, water-soluble paint, for temporary or seasonal deployment, used for Winter camouflage during the entire war (1941-1945).

 

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Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War”

Paint Set with 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various camouflage schemes of the Soviet aircraft, from 1943 to the end of the “Great Patriotic War” in May 1945; with the Fall of Berlin and the end of the Third Reich.

71198 Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set
71198 Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War” - Vallejo boxed paint set 2

Contents:

AMT-1 Light Greyish Brown: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper part colour scheme “Grey-Brown-Green” for aeroplanes of mixed fabric/wood and metal structure. Used starting 1943.
A-21m Light Greyish Brown: Oil-based enamel, equivalent to the colour AMT-1 but more yellow, used in the upper colour scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of the metallic structure.
AMT-4 Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer, the upper colour scheme “Black/Green” for aeroplanes of mixed structure and metallic finish.
A-24m Camouflage Green: Oil-based enamel, equivalent to the colour AMT-4, superior colour scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of the metal structure.
AMT-6 Matt Black: Nitrocellulose lacquer, the upper colour scheme “Black/Green” and “Black/Brown/Green” for aircraft of mixed structure and metallic finish, as well as for lower part of aircraft for night deployment.
AMT-7 Greyish Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surfaces of aircraft of metal and mixed structure. Introduced starting 1943 as a substitute for AII Sv.gol.
AMT-11 Blue Grey: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper surface scheme “Grey/Grey” for aircraft of mixed structure, principally fighters. Used starting 1943.
AMT-12 Dark Grey: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper scheme “Grey/Grey”(fighters) and “Grey/Brown/Green” for aircraft of mixed structure. Used starting 1943.

 

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Decals

Further enhance the accuracy of your aircraft by using this convenient waterslide decal sheet:

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The Soviet Air Force in Blood Red Skies

The Soviet air force was the largest in the World in Summer 1941. Expand your collection with these great sets.

Yak1 Squadron
IL-2 Sturmovik Squadron
Lavochkin La5 Squadron
Tupolev SB 2 Bomber Squadron
Liszunov Li-2
Red Army Expansion

Dogfighting in the Blood Red Skies

Packed with everything you need to play this fast-paced air combat game, the Blood Red Skies starter set does what it says on the tin. Plus once started you’ll have the extra rules to introduce the play cards that really bring your fighter aircraft to life, allowing you to fly them just as they would have been by the Ace’s of WW2!

Blood Red Skies Starter Set

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