Author Topic: 1/100 MG Gouf (Desert Bling)  (Read 1749 times)

December 17, 2006, 02:32:36 AM
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Red Comet

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Had this kit for a while now and thought it'd be ideal for the Plamo OOB comp.

Test fit of the parts :



I had planned to have a deep orange colour as the main colour with blacks and greys as the less prominent ones. I started with a black base coat then added  a light coating of Dark Copper over the top. I finished up with clear orange and instead of the nice, deep orange I had envisaged, I got a dark metallic brown.

Parts painted :



Been assembling today and so far I've reached this point :



Thoughts and suggestions more than welcome!

January 05, 2007, 07:37:39 PM
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Update :

For the most part, I am up to detailing and decaling. I'm waiting for the Gouf water slides to come in the mail before I can go much further.

Click for pics :

Gouf almost fully assembled and ready for detailing.

Close up view of the head.

The view from behind.

The Gouf's sword

The Heat Rod.

The Shield

The sword was given a black base coat and the lower half coated with Chrome silver. The top half was then coated with Clear Red and then the bottom was coated with Clear Orange. My main aim was to give it a 'glowing hot' feel.

The Heat rod is simply Gun Metal with a Clear red coating - again trying to give a 'hot metal' feel. The tip was also coated with Chrome silver before the Clear Red was added.

Only a few things left now!

January 06, 2007, 08:12:06 PM
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Links not working.

January 06, 2007, 10:42:31 PM
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Try again now. They are working fine for me.

January 27, 2007, 09:31:27 PM
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Update :



I have dry brushed light gray onto the black areas to highlight the angles and edges of these pieces.



I have also painted the outer thruster bells on back jet pack and the entire thrusters underneath the Gouf's feet. To simulate a burn effect, I have dry brushed with flat black and highlighted the deep internal areas of the thrusters with a black wash.



You can also follow my in-progress here : http://www.ghostofzeon.com/2007/01/in-progress-1100-master-grade-gouf.html

January 28, 2007, 11:44:25 AM
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looking really nice, keep up the good work