this rockz! I wished I can do such modification.
I wish I had your tools, and your Talent.Im gonna ask,why are the parts a rough gray? and does it help
always impressed with your modification and presentation. Great work all around!
Thanks for the nice comments guys!@GunStray: the rough gray is a gray colored primer to prepare the kit for painting. But I use it to also serve the purpose to check for inconsistency.... like to see if the seam lines were puttied correctly, if the new panels lines were well drawn, if my modifications looks natural on the kit..etc.
dude, loooking pretty good.. Time to paint them
Thanks Richard! Yup it will be time to paint soon! The weather is perfect for painting too.
yes..... i just finished one of my kit last Thur.Wonder if your model shop going to carry that 1/48 gundam... i am tempted... =)
Yes it will, probably will come in early April. Want me to pick one up for you?What kit did you finish? You should do a blog too.
will you get one too? Wonder how much is it?? less than $100 sure get.Doing blog... i don't even have time to update facebook.... BTW, i finish another fss kit. May be i'll show u next time
I am very sure is going to be less than $100USD. Just let me know if you want me to pick up one for ya. Send me some images for your fss kit.
how did you plan out on where you put the panel lines.
@Giovanni: I usually use a pencil and draw panel line design on the kits to see how it look first, the use chisel to make the actual panel lines.As for ideas, that just either come natural to what I feel would make the kit looks good, or take ideas from professional modellers.
is it just me? or does that gn drive look huge on this particular sculpt?
Do you straight build then prime the whole model intacted?
What do you use to do panel lining? Marker? Panel line wash?
i’m in the middle of modding the same kit right now, is it ok if i copy some panel line patterns from u,its my first time doing panel line and pla-plating.i really admire what you’ve done on this,you made it like a RG series.
any video tutorial for this?? do you use pla plate?
thnx for the photos and instructions...gain alot of insight...