Experimental hand painting process inspired by Max Watanabe technique found on the recently purchase Max's Ma.k in SF3D books. I am so curious about the 'rainbow base' (as i call it :P) how it might show the different compare to the plain color base. Only way to find out - DIY :D
Top Left : Dry fit 1/48 char's ZakuII
Top Right : Cast iron by tamiya putty with toothbrush
Ma.K S.A.F.S. Space Type 2C Super Ball
A limited edition Ma.K kits which only available in Japan ! But we are lucky ! Thanks to Lincoln Wright - scale120.comaka Lin.K and his wife doing us a big favor arranging the shipment to us .
My wild guess , there are not more than 5 in Malaysia for the time being ! :P
A quick diorama with 1/35 Core Fighter during last weekend for ZeroG forum 's U.C. Hard Graph Group build : Operation AhPek. Special Thanks to Justin (Apoc) for the theme concept "Crush in a Crash クラッシュ時の恋 " & the Typo design !! ;)
Another simple SB tutorial building a multiple faceted geometrical shape with plaplate. Building facet by facet instead of trimming a solid block will greatly benefit us from avoiding tremendous sanding process , and providing nearly perfect symmetry as facets are pre-cut accordingly.
Example build from PG Blueframe - The Support bracket for the tactical arm when it transform into backpack. The support bracket will be a match profile to the center part of the tactical arm , so i just build on top of it. Pic below shown the 6th of precut plaplate .
Recently poisoned by Ma.K virus from forum members, and so get myself a very 1st Ma.K kit and found out it was a really rare & discontinued kit :P
*The progress was 10days outdated and it's almost done by now .
No plan for any SB parts , just add on some tiny detail, mostly from Tamiya 1/35 US M1A2 Tank Abrams left over...
...Even the box art also poisonous....retro.. simple.... nice....
OK it's just a snapfitted kit , but it looks so fresh so cool to me ... :D
Snapfit, quick sanding & remove seamline really a pain here.. compare to a recent MG gundam kit.