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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 09 Mar 2016 06:38 #1

Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes

Being a modeler on a very tight budget I'm always on the look out for cheaper alternatives, looking at all the latest and greatest in washes and pigments I've been wanting to give them a try, but, unfortunately, the cost of these products is very prohibitive so I've had to give them a pass. Then a while ago I was browsing through the site of one of the Eastern Europe Hobby shops I occasionally order from, Hobby.dn.ua , I had a look under their listing for pigments and came across a manufacturer that I had not heard of before and a web search turned up no information about, which is listed as both HOMA and XOMA on the website and XO-MA on the container. Being significantly cheaper then the popular brands I decided to give them a try so I ordered up 5 of the Pigments, a bottle of pigment fixer, and 3 of the washes.



When they arrived I found that one of the bottles of washes had leaked but much to the credit of the person who packed things, the bottles of washes were individually and tightly wraped in cellophane, very little of the fluid escaped and only the label was damaged.

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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 09 Mar 2016 06:46 #2

Thanks for the look Tim. So we're going to be seeing you slappin' some pigments around on everything now right?

BTW, nice dirty cuttin' mat. :rotf
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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 09 Mar 2016 09:10 #3

Good review!

Thanks! B)
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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 09 Mar 2016 12:44 #4

Thank-you Terry, your stamp of approval is greatly appreciated :bgrin

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Thanks for the look Tim. So we're going to be seeing you slappin' some pigments around on everything now right?

BTW, nice dirty cuttin' mat. :rotf


Good way to hide a not so good paint job eh :good amazing how dirty them planes could get.....almost like a tank :woohoo:

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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 10 Mar 2016 10:05 #5

Always nice to see new products that are cheaper than the more established products, nice review.
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Xoma (Homa) Pigments and Washes 14 Mar 2016 10:05 #6

Thanks for the write up. :good
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