I used Tamiya spray paint for the silver skintone (you should be able to get it from a hobby supply store), and for details I use Jo Sonja's acrylics, there are a couple of nice gold colours in that range (I used a mix of Rich Gold and Copper for Clawdeen's eyeshadow). If you're using metallics it would be a good idea to use a similar coloured base coat first - I used a grey under the silver, you could use a yellow-toned base where you want it, then apply the gold over the top.
The Tamiya Russian JS-2 Model 1 Heavy Tank Model Kit in 1/48 scale is a plastic model kit in the Tamiya 1/48 Military range. If you require paints, glues and modelling accessories for this model they can be found here: Tamiya Acrylic Paints Tamiya Spray Paints Glues The Russian Heavy Tank JS-2 was built to counter the German Tiger I. The JS-2, which was put into production in December 1943 during the latter half of WWII, had a long powerful 122mm gun and superior…
After seeing a tip by fellow Hobby Heaven board user Steve Milberry, I started using white plastic spoons to test the new line of Tamiya spray paints. Since then, I've experimented a lot with their metallic colors over different base colors. *All photographs were taken in direct sunlight*
The Tamiya T-55 Enigma Iraqi Tank in 1/35 scale is a plastic model kit in the Tamiya 1/35 Military range. If you require paints, glues and modelling accessories for this model they can be found here: Tamiya Acrylic Paints Tamiya Spray Paints Glues The T-54/55 series of tanks were developed by the former Soviet Union in the period after WWII and many were exported due to their reliable performance.