Reaper announce a new line of Master Series Paints

By tgn_admin
In News
Jan 11th, 2011

Reaper have announced a new line of Master Series Paints called the Master Series Paints Core Colors.

Master Series Paints HD High-Density

From their website:

We’re announcing a new line of Master Series Paints! Our existing line isn’t going away, we’re calling it “Master Series Paints Core Colors”. The new line is “Master Series Paints HD High-Density”. What’s the difference? Read on:

Master Series Paints HD High-Density
Excellent for laying down fast base-coats. New high-density pigments give increased coverage with smooth consistency. The same great flow properties as MSP Core Colors

  • 38 unique colors expand the range of the MSP Core Colors triad system
  • Sold in 1/2 oz dropper bottles
  • 36 colors and two bonus colors also offered in two sets of 19 colors each
  • Dries matte
  • 100% compatible with the MSP Core Colors range
  • Airbrush-friendly
  • Non-Toxic, Water Soluble

Master Series Paints Core Colors
Excellent for thinned paint applications like layering, washes and glazes Smooth and fluid right out of the bottle means less thinning required Enhanced flow properties make painting small details easier 216 colors, including liners, inks, washes, primers, sealers, and additives Triad system makes shading and highlighting colors a snap

  • Sold in 1/2 oz dropper bottles
  • Dries matte
  • 100% compatible with the MSP HD range
  • Airbrush-friendly
  • Non-Toxic, Water Soluble

We’re producing the HD line now with a late January Release. Here are some of the HD colors you have to look forward to:

  • 29801: Crimson Red
  • 29802: Brilliant Red
  • 29803: Entrail Pink
  • 29804: Rusty Red
  • 29805: Burning Orange
  • 29806: Fireball Orange
  • 29807: Mustard Yellow
  • 29808: Golden Yellow
  • 29809: Pale Saffron
  • 29810: Mossy Green
  • 29811: Turf Green
  • 29812: Meadow Green
  • 29813: Bright Turquoise
  • 29814: Ice Blue
  • 29815: Dragon Blue
  • 29816: Solid Blue
  • 29817: Winter Blue
  • 29818: Nightsky Blue
  • 29819: Twilight Purple
  • 29820: Gem Purple
  • 29821: Sunburn Flesh
  • 29822: Suntan Flesh
  • 29823: Caucasian Flesh
  • 29824: Maiden Flesh
  • 29825: Tusk Ivory
  • 29826: Desert Tan
  • 29827: Griffon Tan
  • 29828: Woodland Brown
  • 29829: Golden Brown
  • 29830: Ruddy Brown
  • 29831: Ashen Brown
  • 29832: Concrete Grey
  • 29833: Ash Grey
  • 29834: Field Grey
  • 29835: Dirty Grey
  • 29836: Military Grey

Special Bonus Colors

  • 29837: Armor Grey
  • 29838: Stained Olive

  • Schogun

    I’ll be checking out the reds and yellows.

  • Hunter

    Sounds like an alternative to GW’s Foundation paints. Anyone have any info on that?

    • Fingers crossed. I’m a big fan of the Foundation colors, so I’d love some alternatives. Even if they are in the dreaded dropper bottles.

  • Darsc Zacal

    If higher density means thicker paint, I’m not sure I like having them in dropper bottles.

  • Higher pigment density doesn’t necessarily equate to thicker paint, so the dropper bottles might be fine. I guess we’ll have to wait and see!

  • Trent

    Probably not thicker, because it’s also “airbrush friendly”.

  • Veritas

    If all the colors give the same finish as GW’s foundation line Ill be a happy man as I tend base coat with my mid tone and then shade and highlight from there. GW’s line is pretty much all dark tones that yuponeed to work up from. At least with my painting style. Oh, and am couple of the grey tones I exempt from that blanket statement.

  • Not an official spokes-person, just a freelance painter for Reaper. I’ve tried a few of the colors and they are a very nice consistency & coverage. I can’t wait for the release!