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timechange
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Jul 28, 2016
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What would make this drop extra bad ass would be a bundled set of GSI Gundam Markers for adding fine line panel detailing!
Perhaps a full set of GSI Creos markers, tools, and airbrush+paints could be a starter kit drop on its own, kicking off an entire series or subcategory of Gundam and other high quality model drops... ;)
Jul 28, 2016
Darkshade
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Jul 29, 2016
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Can you PLEASE just try an enamel wash? ITS SO EASY and it looks so much cleaner then a pen! you can get premade thinned down paints too, remeber to buff after to remove any smudging from the lighter fuel trick clean up, TRUST ME!
That being said, the pens are alright for anything OTHER than panel lining, I like to use my Creos Gold marker for simple accents or to cover up nub marks on the gold painted plastic (on the haiku Ver 2.0 for instance) so the pens do have merit, but give panel lining wash a shot, sorry if you already have :P
Jul 29, 2016
Mughi
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Jul 29, 2016
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How well does the Creos gold match with the Hyaku Shiki gold? I got some nasty nub marks on mine, despite being as careful as possible (I even bought a brand new pair of Gundam Planet nippers just for this kit, and STILL managed to screw up in a few places).
Jul 29, 2016
Darkshade
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Jul 29, 2016
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for the Hyaku Ver 1.0 with the super shiny gold, not so well but for the Hyaku Ver 2.0 It is a close match, it is a tad darker but its better then a nub mark, BE CAREFULL with it though, I apply it on the nub mark and then dab away at it with a cotton swab, DONT RUB OR STREAK as the Creos paint will strip the Hyaku Ver 2.0 Gold paint that is already on the part, but dabbing works ok without removing any excess paint other then the Creos, it worked for me
Jul 29, 2016
Mughi
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Jul 29, 2016
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Yeah, I meant to say the 2.0. Sounds good. I'll try it out. Cheers!
Jul 29, 2016
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