Panzer Aces: Highlight Rus Tkcr I
A color system designed in collaboration with Panzer Aces Magazine for reproducing the colors of the uniforms of tank-crews and general armed forces in WWII.
In order to simplify the method of painting the uniforms of the crew of military vehicles in the Second World War, the specialists on the staff of Panzer Aces Magazine have created a series of colours which coincide with the standard shades of these uniforms.
All uniforms consist of a base and a lighter color for highlighting and grading. Three colors have been selected for the fleshtones, as well as a series of colors to reproduce the design of Splinter Camouflage, printed on many of the garments and canvas equipment of the German Army.
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