Vallejo Paints overview



REDs
Scarlet Red
Carmine Red
Gory Red
Cavalry Brown
Hull Red
Bright Orange

YELLOWs
Lemon yellow
Sun yellow
Ochre brown

GREENs
Foul green
Scurvy green
Deep green
Black green
Russian green
Lime green
Middle Stone

BLUEs
Dark Prussian blue
Pale Blue
Royal blue
Sky blue
Turquoise
Light Turquoise

PURPLEs
Royal purple
Warlord purple
Purple

EARTHTONEs
Pale Sand
Dark Sand
Parasite brown
Brown Sand
Saddle brown
Chocolate brown
Charred Brown
Earth
Khaki
Mahogany Brown
Dark Fleshtone

STARKs
White
Black
Black grey
Sombre grey
Light grey
Stone grey
Pale Blue grey

SKINs
Flat flesh

METALs
Brass
Glorious gold
Polished gold
Copper
Silver
Oily steel
Gunmetal grey
Tinny tin
Bronze

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All Comments

  • Thank you so much. I like the vallejo paints and i want to extend my set so your video is very helpfull ! For a red that is really red (like a ferrari car or a british red coat) which colour do you advice ?

    sakurazuka38 July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • What about Livery Green?

    Cromwell the Synth July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • One question: how much area can i paint with one of the 17ml bottle?

    Alec tech July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • DROPPER BOTTLES

    Michael Kloepfer July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • My Vallejo paint is not covering well even after mixing each color and priming

    A Fritss July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Are these paints air brush only or not?

    AC ModelMaster July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Does model color have the "this is known in the state of California to cause cancer" warning please answer.

    JDubbJelly July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • mixing balls is your bff

    nightkids29 July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Will walmart. Have them..

    ABH3 rOSECRANS July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Thank you so much for posting this. Super helpful.

    tokoloshgolem July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • List with color code/numbers and updated:

    RED

    Scarlet Red 70817

    Bright Orange 70851

    Carmine Red 70908

    Clear Orange 70956

    Cavalry Brown 70982

    Hull Red 70985

    Gory Red 72011

    YELLOW

    Ochre brown 70856

    Yellow Ochre 70913

    Lemon yellow 70952

    Sun yellow 72006

    GREEN

    Lime green 70827

    Middle Stone 70882

    Russian green 70894

    Deep green 70970

    Black green 70980

    Foul green 72025

    Scurvy green 72027

    BLUE

    Royal blue 70809

    Light Turquoise 70840

    Dark Prussian blue 70899

    Pale Blue 70906

    Sky blue 70961

    Turquoise 70966

    PURPLE

    Royal purple 70810

    Purple 70959

    Warlord purple 72014

    EARTHTONE

    Pale Sand 70837

    Mahogany Brown 70846

    Dark Sand 70847

    Chocolate brown 70872

    Brown Sand 70876

    Saddle brown 70940

    Khaki 70988

    Parasite brown 72042

    Dark Fleshtone 72044

    Charred Brown 72045

    Earth 72062

    STARK

    Black grey 70862

    Stone grey 70884

    Black 70950

    White 70951

    Light grey 70990

    Sombre grey 72048

    Blue grey
    70905

    SKIN

    Light Flesh 70928

    Flat flesh 70955

    METAL

    Brass 70801

    Oily steel 70865

    Silver 70998

    Bronze 70998

    Copper 70999

    Gunmetal 72054

    Polished gold 72055

    Glorious gold 72056

    Tinny tin 72060

    Added:

    Yellow Ochre: Showed in video not on the list

    Scarlet: Showed in video not on the list

    Clear Orange: Showed In the video but not on the list

    Name Change:

    Pale Blue grey: change to Blue grey

    Gunmetal Grey: change to Gunmetal as showed in the video

    Remco Groenheide July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • List with color code/numbers and updated:

    RED

    Scarlet Red 70817

    Bright Orange 70851

    Carmine Red 70908

    Clear Orange 70956

    Cavalry Brown 70982

    Hull Red 70985

    Gory Red 72011

    YELLOW

    Ochre brown 70856

    Yellow Ochre 70913

    Lemon yellow 70952

    Sun yellow 72006

    GREEN

    Lime green 70827

    Middle Stone 70882

    Russian green 70894

    Deep green 70970

    Black green 70980

    Foul green 72025

    Scurvy green 72027

    BLUE

    Royal blue 70809

    Light Turquoise 70840

    Dark Prussian blue 70899

    Pale Blue 70906

    Sky blue 70961

    Turquoise 70966

    PURPLE

    Royal purple 70810

    Purple 70959

    Warlord purple 72014

    EARTHTONE

    Pale Sand 70837

    Mahogany Brown 70846

    Dark Sand 70847

    Chocolate brown 70872

    Brown Sand 70876

    Saddle brown 70940

    Khaki 70988

    Parasite brown 72042

    Dark Fleshtone 72044

    Charred Brown 72045

    Earth 72062

    STARK

    Black grey 70862

    Stone grey 70884

    Black 70950

    White 70951

    Light grey 70990

    Sombre grey 72048

    Blue grey
    70905

    SKIN

    Light Flesh 70928

    Flat flesh 70955

    METAL

    Brass 70801

    Oily steel 70865

    Silver 70998

    Bronze 70998

    Copper 70999

    Gunmetal 72054

    Polished gold 72055

    Glorious gold 72056

    Tinny tin 72060

    Added:

    Yellow Ochre: Showed in video not on the list

    Scarlet: Showed in video not on the list

    Clear Orange: Showed In the video but not on the list

    Name Change:

    Pale Blue grey: change to Blue grey

    Gunmetal Grey: change to Gunmetal as showed in the video

    Remco Groenheide July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Work well with transparent resin? Is the paint itself transparent? Want to try the yellow lemon color.

    Joey Daugherty July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • I like Vallejo. Good ratio on quality-to-price, and a wide selection of options. Their Plastic Putty hasn't worked out too well for me, bit it is easier to handle than the standard Green Stuff.

    Kasarii July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Been using Vallejo since 06

    Ismael Tiburcio July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Soooo exited. The best btp video!! And ive watched them all!

    Harry Fotiadis July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • And always take the top off and mix before using them

    Just dave July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • They are good paints and army painter are the best

    Just dave July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply
  • Tip for vallejo … always prime beforehand with proper primer and varnish afterwards as it comes off easy from the mini compared to other paints; always varnish afterwards (I think Miniac found that also when he was doing paint brand comparisons). Apart from that excellent. Games Workshop paints get bad press sometimes but I think that they're excellent although their painting pots absolutely suck. For vallejo longevity, two metal balls in the bottle, ladies nail varnish bottle shaker or use your hands to shake with vigor. If paint is still lumpy, vallejo medium is your only salvation, adding it in small amounts and stirring with an elongated metal paperclip he showed you in the video.

    Dave Dogge July 8, 2020 5:32 am Reply

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