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4 edition of IPMS color cross-reference guide found in the catalog.

IPMS color cross-reference guide

by David H. Klaus

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by IPMS/USA Inland Empire Chapter in San Bernardino, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airplanes, Military -- Painting.,
  • Paint -- Standards.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-168).

    Statementby David H. Klaus.
    SeriesStirring the pot series ;, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG1240 .K57 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 168 p. :
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1639818M
    LC Control Number91192736

    All of this data, combined with the many B&W and color images, and the illustrations within, this book is a must-have for your next Mosquito project. This publication is highly recommended. Thanks to SAM Publications for providing this review sample to IPMS/USA.   Posted 8/19/97 AM, 9 messages.

      Thanks everyone! I do notice the PMS numbers in the Fellers Catalog But what is the "C" after the pms number for in the catalog? I also notice the different mfgs call the same pms number different names like, Avery A4 = C - Royal Blue, and Oracal = C - . London: Windrow & Greene, pp, 4to (12" H), glazed pictorial boards. Profusely illustrated with colour photographs. "In the world of military models the Napoleonic era remains the most popular subject of all, for its flamboyant sp.

    Klaus, David H. THE IPMS COLOR CROSS-REFERENCE GUIDE. "STIRRING THE POT SERIES" NO. 1. Alexandria, VA David H. Klaus Fourth Printing Disbound Good pp, 11" H. Formerly stapled in wraps, this book has had the staples removed and holes punched in the left margin so it could be placed in a plain black ring binder. Color matches for matt colors apply also to semi-gloss or gloss colors - just replace the leading digit with 2 or 1, respectively. Matt, satin or gloss clear lacquer should be applied to painted object to obtain the desired quality of finish. The second figure of FS code indicates a general color classification group - 0 = brown 1 = red.


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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). According to David Klaus’s “IPMS Color Cross-Reference Guide”, FS is a the closest match (but poor), further saying it should be darker & more yellow.

Tom Rae notes that this colour has been observed to weather to a blue or brown, dependng on the sun and paint manufacturer. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The IPMS color cross-reference guide by David H. Klaus,D.H.

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a IPMS color cross-reference guide book page for every book ever published. The IPMS color cross-reference guide by David H. Klaus; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Airplanes, Color guides, Finishing, Military Airplanes, Models, Paint, Painting, Standards.

Hi, There is no Book section on the forum but as this book is an IPMS one and most probably in use by TAS ;D I shall ask about it here. I own a copy of IPMS Colour Cross Reference Guide by David H Klaus, First Edition, published and in its fifth printing Oct and sold with an FS swatch a printed Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Ipms Color Cross-Reference Guide (Klausguide Series: No 1) at Read honest and 5/5.

An iPhone app such as iModelKit is a good pocket reference to use when you are standing in front of the paint rack trying to see what color options you have.

Check the Apple Store (don't know if it. Ipms Color Cross-Reference Guide Paperback – June 1 by David H. Klaus (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jun 1 "Please retry" 5/5(1). Looking for a book by David H.

Klaus. David H. Klaus wrote Ipms Color Cross-Reference Guide, which can be purchased at a lower price at My first model with "scale color" This Airfix Focke-Wolf FW Uhu was the first model I painted with Humbrol paint that I had lightened with flat white to achieve scale color.

I attempted this because I had just bought a copy of The Official Monogram Painting Guide to German Aircraft -and it contained a discussion, the first I had ever read, of the concept of "scale.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for St. Patrick's Day Irish Leprechaun Window Gel Charms at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Go into Color Charts under Helpdesk. Then- Urban Fredriksson's Color Reference Charts - Part I.

Then- Scan down to Authentic Color by Country. Then- Colors of the Polish Air Force between and You might want to print all of these color charts. I did, and now keep them in a 3-ring binder along with the IPMS Color Cross-Reference Guide. numbers down. (source: IPMS colour Cross Reference Guide).

Unfortunately a lot of numbers of colours were deleted when there was the change from FSa to FSb. These colours are mentioned extra and shown in blue. I took as a reliable source the book The Official Monogram Painting Guide for GermanFile Size: KB.

Canadian Colour Guide. The following references were used, in the compilation of this colour guide: IPMS/Canada IPMS/Canada Canadian Colour tly out of print. The FSB Standards, still available from the US government.; The IPMS Color Cross-Reference Guide by David Klaus. David's publication is especially handy for cross referencing (approximate) FS.

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Klaus. We found 1 review(s) of this book The Paint Guide for Figures of World War Two (#) by Joaquin Garcia-Gasquez on the web: Previewed on channel Switcher. IPMS Color Cross-Reference Guide KLAUSguide. Stirring The Pot Series Nr. No 1. David H. Klaus. + Actions Stash. The Art Of Painting Miniatures Faces & Figures.

Alex Castro. I got the up-to-date color sample cards FSb from the States. Many color charts, like the IPMS Color Cross Reference Guide or the FS # on the Aeromaster decal sheets are compound on the FSa.

Therefore I also wrote these numbers down. OK, time to paint. Well, time to figure out what paints to use. Sky for the underside was really easy, but Dark Slate Grey and Extra Dark Sea Grey were a little more troublesome.

Fortunately I have the IPMS Color Cross Reference Guide by David Klaus. With some persistence and a little luck, I found that Extra Dark Sea Grey is very close to FS.

Colour names are arbitrary. Those from the WWII period conform to names originally used by Erik A. Pilawskij in his book The Aircraft and Markings of the Soviet Air Forces of the Great Patriotic War.

This chart has been last revised in September The colours in the Federal Standard set have no official names, just five-digit numbers. Any names given below are generic. The example of the FS number could be: The first figure can be 1,2 or 3 and indicates the level of sheen: For simplicity, all colours in this chart are referred to as matt (begin with 3).

colour matches for matt colours. IPMS/USA #, continuous since > >Subject: F Wing Color Question > > Why were the wings white in the first place? Any body know? - JD. According to Pat Martin's book, "Canadian Armed Forces Aircraft Finish & Markings ", overall green was adopted when the nuclear.