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The Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) until 1942 (according to most sources) used a colorful camo consisting of IJA Khaki (base colour) with disruptive shapes of IJA Tea Brown (to some extent also used as a base colour), IJA Olive Green and IJA Earth Brown. Many vehicles also wore a yellow disruptive stripe (usually claimed to be a bright yellow, but recently sources suggest that this was more pale IJA Parched Grass – both included in the set), sometimes with black outline. Starting in 1942, the IJA transitioned to a simpler and more standardized set of colors – a new base khaki color (IJA Parched Grass) with disruptive shapes of IJA Grass Green (mostly used on South Pacific) or late IJA Olive Green and IJA Earth Brown.
Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):
HTK-C240 – IJA Khaki – IJA Khaki (Khaki-iro), base colour in early IJA scheme (1937-42), used on various types of AFVs
HTK-C241 – IJA Tea Brown – IJA Tea Brown (Cha-iro), used for disruptive shapes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42)
HTK-C242 – IJA Olive Green – IJA Olive Green (Midori-iro), used for disruptive shapes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42)
HTK-C107 – Signal Yellow – Used for disruptive stripes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42) on various types of AFVs
HTK-C243 – IJA Parched Grass – IJA Parched Grass (Karekusa-iro), base colour in late IJA scheme (1943-45), used on various AFVs
HTK-C168 – Dark Brown – Exact match with IJA Earth Brown (Tochi-iro), used in both early and late IJA schemes
HTK-C169 – Green – Exact match with IJA Grass Green (Kusa-iro), used in late IJA camouflage scheme (1943-45)
HTK-C065 – Olive Drab – Close match with IJA Olive Green (late), used for disruptive shapes in late IJA scheme (1943-45)
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