COMIC Building a Gundam: Wing Zero Custom 1/60 Perfect Grade

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  1. iRecordCustom

    iRecordCustom New Member

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    Any suggestions on pens....
    or ways to do the detailing efficiently?
    PS- is this a good model/ specs?:wavey:
     
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  3. iRecordCustom

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    is there anyway to detail the gundam and not have the yellow discoloration?
     
  4. 0mega

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    Gundam model pen, 0.5mm

    White eraser or thumb

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  5. TenzoR

    TenzoR She is hot hot hot

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    the wiring is a bitch that's all I can remember. Also it's not that stable with heavy wing, although you can tighen the metal hinges ..
     
  6. MadHax0rMan

    MadHax0rMan Give me your money... or don't

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    i got a few free gundam pens from hlj with an order, but i like using Micron 01 .25mm lines, doesnt fade
     
  7. 0mega

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    I noticed that if you paint your models micron pens don't work as well.
     
  8. daaarn

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    damn, those model packs take me back. i used to love putting them together, but i got out of it when the models got too complex and my very basic skills couldn't keep up
     
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    ya, the wiring was a bitch. Plus i believe i had to use a dif battery which was smaller....can't remember really, it was back in 99-00 when i put it together.

    I did notice in his hip area, where the legs connect to the metal joints, is slightly loose on mine. I tried to tighten them up but notta. Other than that is was a great build. I almost wanna get another one just so i can put it together again.
     
  10. TenzoR

    TenzoR She is hot hot hot

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    It's fine to put it together, than afterward it just stands there collecting dust and I feel I wasted money
     
  11. 0mega

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    I leave one on my desk so I always have something to play with if I'm bored.
     
  12. iRecordCustom

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    awesome thankya much
     

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