Wednesday, August 20, 2008

RX-78-2 ver. OYW

Here is my RX-78-2 Gundam version One Year War

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This kit has been collecting dust in my room for over a year before I decided to build it.

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This is a very impressive model. An easy build, but the legs are a bit complicated. Panel lining can be a pain in the rear though.

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I didn't like the look of the blank ink used for the panel lines so I sprayed the shoulders, arms, and skirt another coat of paint. Then used a pencil instead to give the panel lines a subtle look.

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This gundam looks really nice after all the painting, panel lining, and decal application. I also tried dry brushing with gray acrylic paint to give the shield and yellow parts a darker and dirtier look.

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I painted the white and the red parts. I wasn't feeling the original old rose red. I don't have yellow spray paint so I just used dry brushing to get rid of the shine. That's why the yellow looks a bit too dirty.

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I'm not familiar with this gundam too. But I do know that this is the 1st and original gundam, the gran' daddy of them all. I also saw Danny Choo's model so I decided to get this one together with Mk II.

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2 comments:

gordon said...

the panel lines looks awesome! but why didn't u draw the 2 invented "v" on the mouth?

Gi said...

Hey Gordon! I used ink on the inverted Vs on the mouth, then I sprayed another coating of paint because I didn't like how it turned out. Not very noticeable on the pics, but the mouth's lines kinda became grayish after that