RGB for Spitfire duck egg blue/green

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  1. zetland76

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    Hi,

    I am painting my 1/10th scale PSS Spitfire in acrylic. Can anyone provide the RGB colour numbers so I can get an idea of the colour for mixing my own.

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    Mike
     
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    Brilliant Wurger !!!

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    Sky, often called Duck Egg Blue was white pigment + 4% Yellow Oxide with a small amount of Prussian Blue. Which white pigment to use was not specified and different white pigments, Titanium, Zinc, etc., will altered the colour slightly as did errors in the amount of Prussian Blue.
     
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