Acrylic Weathering Colors
From LifeColor

Reviewed February 2017
by Timothy Dike
This set from LifeColor gives modelers a water soluable odor free means of weathering their ships. 
This set includes:
  • LPW 16 Fouling Green to simulate the green biofouling of the hulls
  • LPW 17 Surfaces Shadower to highlight the details of the structures
  • LPW 18 Wooden Deck Darkener to emphasize the real wood laser-cut decks
  • LPW 19 Wooden Deck Shadower another shade for the decks
  • LPW 20 Dried Salt to simulate streakings on the hull and vertical structures
  • RE Remover to clean up any mistakes
These paints can be applied with either an airbrush, a brush, or even a sponge.  You can dilute them further with water that they're ready to go right of the bottle.  If you run into problems you can use the included remover to undo the mistakes.  These colors should be applied like a typical wash around service details to help highlight them.

Here's some tips from the manufacturer:

Using Liquid Pigments

Shake well before use. The Liquid Pigments can be mixed together in order to obtain new colours. The Liquid Pigments can be applied by brush, airbrush or any method you prefer. Once applied, the Liquid Pigments can be removed partially or completely from the treated surfaces using a brush or a cotton bud moistened in the Remover. If just applied, you can remove the Liquid Pigments with only water. However, the use of the Remover is always recommended because it is able to completely eliminate the very dark stains or blots from light surfaces. Preferably use Liquid Pigments on satin or gloss surfaces. Applying a second coat with a different Liquid Pigments colour on the same area, the Liquid Pigments will be mixed together. In order to avoid that, please seal the work with a thin coat of transparent satin clear (Lifecolor LC77). The locked work will no longer be removable with Remover. 

Using with a brush

Apply Liquid Pigments pure or diluted with water. To highlight panel lines, lightly moisten the panel lines with water and touch Liquid Pigments to the corners of the junction; or follow the groove with a fine brush dipped in the chosen Liquid Pigments. Remove traces leaked from the panel lines with the Remover. To emphasise bolts or protruding details, moisten the areas to be treated and apply the chosen Liquid Pigments with a brush. The excess Liquid Pigments can be removed completely or faded out with a brush. The Liquid Pigments can be used with the same technique as oil paints, so they can be stretched or mixed directly on the treated areas with a dry brush or any other tool. the Liquid Pigments can also be used as a filter for modulating light or dark areas on a surface.

Using with an airbrush

Apply Liquid Pigments with an airbrush without adding water. Remove or correct the product with brushes or other instruments moistened with the Remover. It is also possible to move or accumulate the Liquid Pigments on a surface by spraying it away with the Remover using the airbrush after the Liquid Pigments have dried or by blowing only air on the Liquid Pigments before the Liquid Pigments have dried. 

Using with a sponge (chipping)

Moisten the sponge or similar in the Liquid Pigments, discharge the excess product on paper and apply on the model. 

This is one of the many different sets from LifeColor they can be found Check out their line of paints,  wathering products, and of course an airbrushs. 

This is item #LC-LP04  LifeColor Liquid Pigments Hulls & Wooden Decks set for £17.50 or about 21.91 US Dollars at today's exchange rate.