It's been a month since last post hahahahah...*sweat*
Ok, time to get this blog update once again. :3
Alright, there's not much kit I've been doing recently though (minus the fun rubbing the Magic Powder Chrome onto a gloss black parts, which a WOW factor haha), so I show of the modification based from Dengeki Hobby + ideas from other modelers.
So, I go for the challenging kit, a Furoku Grade 1/144 kestrel bundled with Dengeki Hobby May 2012 issue.
|As you can see, hollow is your arch enemy when working on such kit.|
|Filling in progress, using masking tape & .8mm pla plates.|
|70% filling done, darn I accidentally sand off those panel line / details on it...|
|Done filling. Ugly as ever.|
|Time to sand>putty>prime>sand again...>.<|
Ok, I left the rifle for a while, since it took me 2 days to finish it (night sessions haha..)
Next up, le arm.
|Cut, salvage, trim le parts.|
|Roughly it should be like this. Well, Dengeki's way is much progressive than mine, but gotta cut tons of plastic sprue, pla plates, which is a hassle to me.|
|Looks....odd right ? Well, initial looks is always the badass.. ( I mean bad, really really bad look, not awesome...)|
|On this last picture, actually I already scrap this idea, re-do it again.|
Ait, part 2 will come out anything now.