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Sunday, July 11, 2010

MC Model Gundoom - No moar pain works ~

I take quite a while building this bootleg kit, taking that I want it to look "much like a original kit" ..

Anyway, to the progress ~


Front view of assembled head & body. I must say I like the panel line all over it, though having tough times to draw 'em all. ^^"


Side view. Got abit details between the arm connector, which I just panel line it instead paint gray on it. Well, detailing can wait, I need to build it 1st ~


Nevertheless, put a smile on your face ~~


Moar panel lines on the back of upper waist part & helmet.


So this all what I've did within a week. Slow huh ?


But, nothing is satifying me than all 12 fin funnels mounted on its backpack ~~


A unused runner is always had its useful, like above pics...^^" Cocoons of masking tape of parts. Well that time lazy to use mah' satay stick since I had to do it 1 at a time...


Parts that are cocoon'd on the runner; primed so that yellow color would look much better.


& lastly, Nu's emblem on the shield is just too cool to ressist ! Too bad the panel line kinda blur after I use the eraser though...Never use a water based panel line or real touch marker, it makes it much more worse, better stick to the panel liner marker, to be safe & fast work.

=)

5 comments:

bd77 said...

Even for a bootleg kit, it looks more like an MSV unit.

Nice.

Evaritus Lau said...

Bootlegs is going into evolution now after the lawsuits. They aim for resin recast since it look much kewl.

CD said...

Huhu, the GunDOOM sure looks great so far. Was there any difficulty when you assembled the parts? Like hard to put together or something?

Evaritus Lau said...

Yes. There's some, which I had to shorten the connectors so that it could be assembly easily.

chubbybots said...

I think this might be one of those boot legs kits that I might consider getting!