I applied base colors on E-100. I don't like main streams so I decided to don't use red primer, which is popularly used with Paper Panzer models. I created paint scheme that could be used during spring of 1946.
As bright sand color (hard to still call it dunkelgelb) I used Tamiya Buff mixed with White. My new one Buff transpired to be much brighter than earlier! Green and brown colours from Gunze H were lightened with Tamiya's Yellow Green. After all, whole model was softly covered with fog of strongly diluted mix of Buff and White.
For rusty sides I used some dark grey Tamiya as base and set of rusty paints from Lifecolor acrylics.