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Model Gallery / Re: 1/100 MG Deathscythe Hell (PlamoColor Paints)
« on: September 19, 2011, 06:28:28 AM »
Wow  looks so good! i was wondering since your youtube post how the paint would turn out.  going to order some, uk is close so low shipping:D

Painting/Priming / mixture for perfect white and purple ish blue
« on: August 04, 2011, 12:20:26 AM »
Hey guys!

i'v finaly found a person willing to AB my GM kit( i hate cans, to much money)
so my question is what mixture for perfect white do you guys use? i sometime find  weird mixtures with fluo pink and stuff.
And any mixtures sugestions for purple/blue?

Can any one help? i dont have a clue with mixtures..



Model In-Progress / Re: first time: MG GM C with spray cans.
« on: April 03, 2011, 12:12:35 PM »
ok car spraycans. can i use them ontop of the tamiya white can paint? because the are still not white enough for me and stil got some minor touching up to do. i dropped a leg armor on the floor :doh:

And the white/blue scheme is my personal taste, i know the others are greenish or blue-ish and stuff , i just like white gundams!

Model In-Progress / Re: first time: MG GM C with spray cans.
« on: March 28, 2011, 12:15:29 PM »

what do you mean with automotive paint?
And thanks for the advice about the booth,  really need one so i can paint al year, not just  on the dry summer days( holland dont have much of those days)


Thanks! i know  about the pic, crappy phone, broke alot of phones so i bought a cheap one the can be easily replaced!
And about the white, i noticed that, not completely white but i wanted that perfect white scheme  for this first build.  love the GM sniper
which is white/blue.

pff spend 60 bucks on a 35  dollar kit.

cant imagine what it will cost to paint my MG destiny EB and 1/160 freedom.... they are much bigger.

but thanks for the tips so far!

updates will follow as the weahter clears up for daylight pic/ progress.



Model In-Progress / Re: first time: MG GM C with spray cans.
« on: March 27, 2011, 01:54:32 PM »
Text update:

So i'v learned alot this weekend:

1: takes alot of white to cover grey primer( can)
2: get a AB because i used 4 cans of white spray paint and the kit is stil not white/ completed
3: get a spraybooth cause weather in holland is just bad....

thanks for al the viewers and hope to have replies and tips soon

greetz Arjo

Model In-Progress / first time: MG GM C with spray cans.
« on: March 24, 2011, 12:10:44 PM »
Hi guys! i've been lurking on this forum for a couple years now and with a lot of questions answered and lot of courage,i deceided to start a W.i.P.

As a nooby i dont own a Airbrush yet, so everything wil be painted with Tamiya spraycans.

ok i started with the shield because it was a large surface to practice on.

today's results are taking with cellphone( sorry)

first pics:

So after that i tried to paint the body, Tamiya Brilliant Blue:

Also on the pic you see a little bit of the shoulder i tried to paint, that worked well with the white,

the first big armor piece completly  errored on me... the roundish surface was hard it ran out and bubbled.

And the piece im most proud of.. the foot!

Hope you guys can help me along the way and give tips!

thank you for watching


Model Gallery / Re: Trinity (Group Build)
« on: December 29, 2010, 04:10:16 PM »
 :twitch:all 3 kits are amazing!  they seem like 3 complete different kits. Doe you have any in progress shot?  especially of your Bahamut and his wings. look like you raided a Destiny kit for that :D

Model In-Progress / Re: Einöde Aufklärungs-Androïde
« on: January 17, 2009, 05:06:16 AM »
Hey sticky

about the magenet idea, i saw in a gadgetstore a floating globe/airplane on a stand ussing magenets. maybe you can look at that. but i do not know if it is posible to recreate.  Good luck sir!

Model In-Progress / Re: Strike E - Lucas O'Donnel Custom (HG 1/144)
« on: January 20, 2008, 04:59:03 AM »
Very nice^^
the swordpack reminds me of a model of the charahobby 2007
the colours are great as well=]

Assembly/Scratchbuilding / Re: Broken waist ball joint on a 1/60 freedom
« on: December 15, 2007, 02:29:20 PM »
Thank u
I tried glue and now its just  screwed up and broke at te same line
And i'm not experienced with putty,not even to modelling but i wil ask at my hobby shop if the have that kinda stuff
Don't know if the have that in Holland ???
And its a ball joint ( no rules broken i hope)

bottom right you see the two halves and the two halves form a ball and at the thin part atached to the waist unit it  broke.
Again thanks for the help=]


Assembly/Scratchbuilding / Broken waist ball joint on a 1/60 freedom
« on: December 15, 2007, 01:14:11 PM »
This is my first post and I had a question about my broken waist balljoint on my 1/60 Freedom Gundam
Is there a good way to fix this?
Because theres a lot of weight on it because of the wings and stuff.
I hope you get what I mean.
I'll post photo's when I  get my phone cable.

Thank you,

P.s I hope that this isn't the wrong place to ask

Model In-Progress / Re: Xeku 1.5
« on: March 11, 2007, 07:27:32 AM »
wow looks good=] nice concepts
 about that german "1.5"  its ander halb ^_^

I know a kuwl sword you may tak a look at.... the sword from Zabuza in naruto..its nice :)

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