Acrylic Weathering Colors
From LifeColor

Reviewed July 2016
by Timothy Dike
If you want to model realistic battle damage on your ships this set from LifeColor is just what you need.  The set includes five acrylic colors and one container of powder pigment that will allow you to create realistic burned effects.
The back of the box includes instructions and tips for creating the various effects.
This set includes:
  • UA 758 Blackened Umber
  • UA 759 Exhausted Umber
  • UA 760 Rusted Umber
  • UA 761 Burned StainsUA 762 Incinerated White
  • PG 117 Ash - Pigment 

Using LifeColor Pigments:

LifeColor Pigments can be mixed with water, alcohol or other solvents and turpentine or white spirit for oil paints. Apply the mixture with a brush or an airbrush that has at least a 0.3 needle and nozzle setup due to the thickness of the pigment. You can also apply the pigments with a dry brush obtaining shades of dirt or dust. By mixing colours and pigments you can obtain a dense paste for simulating 3D effects, which can be very useful painting tracks or simulating rust.

This is one of the many different sets from LifeColor they can be found 

This is item # LC-CS29  LifeColor Burned set (22ml x 6)  for £17.50 or about $23.25 US at todays exchange rate.