Sunday, May 03, 2009

HG Cherudim Gundam

Finally got my lazy self to take pics of Cherudim gundam. See more after the jump.

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I think the Racing Green Tamiya Spray Can I used worked well. I almost got the British Green which is a lot darker and closer to the original color of the plastic, but decided to buy the Racing Green.

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Same green highlighter trick as Gundam 00 for the clear orbs.

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I didn't add detail to the GN Beam Pistols anymore. I kinda regret it coz it looks plain on the pics.

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I like this pic =)

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And GN-X makes another cameo.

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I still have two kits on my to-do list, and they're not the two remaining mechas from Celestial Being. Arios and Seravee are still on the to-buy list.

5 comments:

Q said...

Nice Cherudim there. The lighter green seems to match that of Dynames more now. Btw are you using a figma stand to hold Cherudim? I never thought it would fit well and does it hold well as well?

Gi said...

Thanks! Yes that's a Figma stand. It fits nicely and can hold 1/144 models well. First time I tried using the figma stand was with Gundam 00. This is the second time I used it for a gunpla model.

blueplains said...

Wow what a great job Gi, excellent paint job for the green, I like it more then it's original dark green color, more dynames like(his is the only one that changed color a little)

Love the poses and use of the figma stand, especially the pic that you liked, that was soo awesome haha xD

Let me guess what the other 2 are,hmm maybe Gadessa/Garazzo or Mr. Bushido/Aheads?

Z said...

Really nice photos Gi! clean model...love how the paint gives the green a better texture than the smooth plastic. The shield bits must be pretty fun to play around with ^^.

Gi said...

Blueplains: the other two models (which are on hold now) are not from 00. Seed and HGUC to be exact.

Z: Thanks! Yes, I did enjoy positioning the shield bits on the clear stand to come up with dynamic poses.