June 21, 2016

MTSC PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: 20 NEW Wilder Weathering Oils for Modelers


Adam Wilder is not sitting idle and is constantly engaged in developing new products for Wilder Modeling , and now we have a range of opaque oil paints. The new Wilder Weathering Oils are designed specifically for modelers. They are higher liquidity than traditional artist’s oils and thus easier to apply to models for numerous effects. Wilder Weathering Oils are fast-drying to a completely matt finish. The range contains expands to 40 shades of the most popular tones with the June 2016 addition of 20 new colors.

The oils come in 20ml. plastic tubes plastic tubes are easy to squeeze and clean and prevent the oil from drying out. The tubes are similar in terms of MIGs 502 Abteilung Oils, (20 ml), but are made of plastic, which is a definite plus, as the plastic tubes do not wrinkle and do not pierce the ends of each other, which is typical for the metal ones. Another plus - an elongated, narrower nose tube. This prevents rapid clogging of the threads for the cap and helps squeeze out the paint in the desired amount.

The Wilder Weathering Oils are:
- Fast-drying to a completely matt finish
- More liquid than traditional oils
- Easier to apply
- Designed especially for modelers
- The 20ml. plastic tubes are easy to squeeze and clean and prevent the oil from drying out.



View the Wilder Weathering Olis range HERE

Here's the complete range
For convenience, I have grouped them by colors/tones:

These are the two basic colors, without which, of course you could not do range of colors. White and black paint can be used both in pure form, and for mixing with other oil colors to get the desired tone. In addition, the white oil can be used to simulate winter camouflage, because it provides a matte finish.
LS-01 Black night 
LS-02 Winter White 

Four yellow tones, suitable for tinting German dark yellow color and desert colors.
LS-03 Medium Yellow 
LS-04 Light Buff 
LS-07 dark Yellow 
LS-17 Faded Yellow 

Colors to simulate areas and streaks of rust, as well as for toning brown.
LS-05 Brown Rust 
LS-06 Medium Rust 
LS-08 Dark Red 
LS-21 Fresh Rust
LS-22 Orange Rust
LS-23 Red Brick
LS-24 Maroon Shadow
LS-25 Brown Shadow 20ml 
LS-26 Dark Brown 20ml 
LS-27 Medium Brown 20ml 
LS-28 Light Brown 20ml 
LS-29 Dark Beige 20ml


Green tones, designed for shading any green colors. Ideal for all fans of the Russian and US vehicles.
LS-14 Summer Green 
LS-15 Dark Green 
LS-16 Faded Green
LS-30 Emerald Shadow
LS-31 Oak Leaf
LS-32 Spring Grass
LS-33 Olive Green
LS-34 Olive Drab 


These two tones primarily suited to emphasize the relief and create contrast.
LS-09 Black Brown 
LS-10 Dark Grey 

Three shades of gray can be used for tinting models in a gray coloration, and primarily, of course, for German vehicles up until 1943. 
LS-11 Medium Grey 
LS-12 Light Grey 
LS-13 Panzer Grey 

The most versatile of the entire line and have tones of dust, dirt and earth.
LS-18 Neutral Earth 
LS-19 Light Dust 
LS-20 Dark Mud 








Blue tones to among other things, tint water
LS-37 Blue Patina
LS-38 Clear Sky
LS-39 Arctic Sea
LS-40 Mariana Deep

The tubes are similar in terms of oil 502 Abteilung, (20 ml), but are made of plastic, which is a definite plus for me, as the plastic tubes do not wrinkle and do not pierce the ends of each other, which is typical for the metal ones. Another plus - an elongated, narrower nose tube. This prevents rapid clogging thread oil and helps squeeze out the paint in the desired amount.







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