Vallejo Sand Texture: Desert Sand (200ml)
Textures of earth and sand formulated with permanent pigments, microparticles and acrylic resin. This slightly gritty base can be applied with a brush or, painting knife and is perfect for all surfaces and terrains of dioramas. The products can be shaped before drying to achieve low relief textures such as truck and tank tracks, and they can be mixed with all other products of this range. If a less structured surface is required, the textures can be thinned down with water (20% to 40%).
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