I had My LHS actually order it from Stevens International. There may be others that offer it, but Their choices may be limited. Vallejo has really raised the Bar on Their Primer colors . I have the Black Primer ( I plan on picking up a lot more of Their colors) , as I find it works well as a Pre-Shade to the German Armor & Figures that I build. They have recently released a Rainbow of colors !!http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/gb/primers-gb.html
- AS you can see they have colors such as the German Dunkel , The Green Brown represents the Afrika Corps color , Their German Red-Brown , from what I've been told is supposed to represent the German Primer Red Oxide. There's also some outstanding Allied colors as well. The Great Things I really Dig about the Primer -
1) It goes from the Bottle to the Cup & needs no thinning , to shoot from your Airbrush. You could thin it it you wanted, I've not had the need to - I heard others thinning it with th Vallejo Thinner - 17ml Black caped bottle
2) The different colors gives you a hard surface to add camo & dive into the Weathering process & provides a great Base for Color Modulation !!
3) No Obnoxious smell like the Lacquer based primers !
Here in th U.S. you should be able to find it for $6.95 for a 60ml size.
I highly Recommend it !! I've used Tamiya Grey in th past, but never really liked the Smell ... Plus I can shoot th Vallejo Primer in the Panzer Shoppe ( man cave) & not run th rest of the Family out of the house !
I'm not affiliated with Vallejo, but a Very Happy Customer !!
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