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Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam by psychodynamix
Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam
Paints Used:
Alclad II
Mr. Color
Testors

Outer Frame:
White Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black for pre-shading, Mr. Color GX Cool White, Mr. Crystal Color Pearl White, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Feet/Hidden Arms: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gunmetal, Testors Dullcote
Chest Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Smoke, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Mid Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Stainless Steel, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Inner Frame:
Red Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Red, Mr. Color Clear Red, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Weapons/Accessories:
Gold Trim: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Mix of Mr. Color Clear Yellow & Mr. Color Clear Orange, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Green Sensors: Airbrushed on the back/underside: Alclad Transparent II Green, Alclad II Chrome, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black

Panel Lining:
Citadel Black with thinned down Future/Pledge Finish (I realized afterwards I should've used gray for the white sections), areas were cleaned up with Windex

Total time allocated on this kit: 61+ hours

Thoughts:
    More or less my first attempt at working with so much chrome, transparent/clear colors on a primarily gloss finished kit I realized that I should've spent more time on cleaning up on some more mold lines, filling in any seams on the kit, and checking for problem prone parts/areas of the kit. I guess this was because I didn't test fit/assemble the pieces and I did put the project on hold so many times. 
    I struggled on a couple of sections when assembling the parts due to tight fits from the paint and these were addressed by removing the excess. When assembling the kit I found that even after a week of drying aside for all the painted parts some of them still felt a bit tacky. I believe this was due to the Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, whereas the sections that received the Testor's Dullcote were not tacky at all.
    There were parts on the kit that I realized that should have not have been painted or where I should have taken a different approach. It seems the Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer didn't adhere to them very well and flaked off fairly easily. Some of these parts specifically were the pins that are used on the legs, & backpack peg (parts from sprue/runner H).

Oh and the white seems to be a bit over exposed on the pictures and this is probably due to the pearl white that was used.
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Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam by psychodynamix
Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam
Paints Used:
Alclad II
Mr. Color
Testors

Outer Frame:
White Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black for pre-shading, Mr. Color GX Cool White, Mr. Crystal Color Pearl White, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Feet/Hidden Arms: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gunmetal, Testors Dullcote
Chest Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Smoke, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Mid Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Stainless Steel, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Inner Frame:
Red Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Red, Mr. Color Clear Red, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Weapons/Accessories:
Gold Trim: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Mix of Mr. Color Clear Yellow & Mr. Color Clear Orange, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Green Sensors: Airbrushed on the back/underside: Alclad Transparent II Green, Alclad II Chrome, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black

Panel Lining:
Citadel Black with thinned down Future/Pledge Finish (I realized afterwards I should've used gray for the white sections), areas were cleaned up with Windex

Total time allocated on this kit: 61+ hours

Thoughts:
    More or less my first attempt at working with so much chrome, transparent/clear colors on a primarily gloss finished kit I realized that I should've spent more time on cleaning up on some more mold lines, filling in any seams on the kit, and checking for problem prone parts/areas of the kit. I guess this was because I didn't test fit/assemble the pieces and I did put the project on hold so many times. 
    I struggled on a couple of sections when assembling the parts due to tight fits from the paint and these were addressed by removing the excess. When assembling the kit I found that even after a week of drying aside for all the painted parts some of them still felt a bit tacky. I believe this was due to the Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, whereas the sections that received the Testor's Dullcote were not tacky at all.
    There were parts on the kit that I realized that should have not have been painted or where I should have taken a different approach. It seems the Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer didn't adhere to them very well and flaked off fairly easily. Some of these parts specifically were the pins that are used on the legs, & backpack peg (parts from sprue/runner H).

Oh and the white seems to be a bit over exposed on the pictures and this is probably due to the pearl white that was used.
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Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam by psychodynamix
Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam
Paints Used:
Alclad II
Mr. Color
Testors

Outer Frame:
White Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black for pre-shading, Mr. Color GX Cool White, Mr. Crystal Color Pearl White, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Feet/Hidden Arms: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gunmetal, Testors Dullcote
Chest Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Smoke, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Mid Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Stainless Steel, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Inner Frame:
Red Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Red, Mr. Color Clear Red, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Weapons/Accessories:
Gold Trim: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Mix of Mr. Color Clear Yellow & Mr. Color Clear Orange, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Green Sensors: Airbrushed on the back/underside: Alclad Transparent II Green, Alclad II Chrome, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black

Panel Lining:
Citadel Black with thinned down Future/Pledge Finish (I realized afterwards I should've used gray for the white sections), areas were cleaned up with Windex

Total time allocated on this kit: 61+ hours

Thoughts:
    More or less my first attempt at working with so much chrome, transparent/clear colors on a primarily gloss finished kit I realized that I should've spent more time on cleaning up on some more mold lines, filling in any seams on the kit, and checking for problem prone parts/areas of the kit. I guess this was because I didn't test fit/assemble the pieces and I did put the project on hold so many times. 
    I struggled on a couple of sections when assembling the parts due to tight fits from the paint and these were addressed by removing the excess. When assembling the kit I found that even after a week of drying aside for all the painted parts some of them still felt a bit tacky. I believe this was due to the Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, whereas the sections that received the Testor's Dullcote were not tacky at all.
    There were parts on the kit that I realized that should have not have been painted or where I should have taken a different approach. It seems the Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer didn't adhere to them very well and flaked off fairly easily. Some of these parts specifically were the pins that are used on the legs, & backpack peg (parts from sprue/runner H).

Oh and the white seems to be a bit over exposed on the pictures and this is probably due to the pearl white that was used.
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Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam by psychodynamix
Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam
Paints Used:
Alclad II
Mr. Color
Testors

Outer Frame:
White Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black for pre-shading, Mr. Color GX Cool White, Mr. Crystal Color Pearl White, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Feet/Hidden Arms: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gunmetal, Testors Dullcote
Chest Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Smoke, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Mid Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Stainless Steel, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Inner Frame:
Red Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Red, Mr. Color Clear Red, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Weapons/Accessories:
Gold Trim: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Mix of Mr. Color Clear Yellow & Mr. Color Clear Orange, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Green Sensors: Airbrushed on the back/underside: Alclad Transparent II Green, Alclad II Chrome, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black

Panel Lining:
Citadel Black with thinned down Future/Pledge Finish (I realized afterwards I should've used gray for the white sections), areas were cleaned up with Windex

Total time allocated on this kit: 61+ hours

Thoughts:
    More or less my first attempt at working with so much chrome, transparent/clear colors on a primarily gloss finished kit I realized that I should've spent more time on cleaning up on some more mold lines, filling in any seams on the kit, and checking for problem prone parts/areas of the kit. I guess this was because I didn't test fit/assemble the pieces and I did put the project on hold so many times. 
    I struggled on a couple of sections when assembling the parts due to tight fits from the paint and these were addressed by removing the excess. When assembling the kit I found that even after a week of drying aside for all the painted parts some of them still felt a bit tacky. I believe this was due to the Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, whereas the sections that received the Testor's Dullcote were not tacky at all.
    There were parts on the kit that I realized that should have not have been painted or where I should have taken a different approach. It seems the Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer didn't adhere to them very well and flaked off fairly easily. Some of these parts specifically were the pins that are used on the legs, & backpack peg (parts from sprue/runner H).

Oh and the white seems to be a bit over exposed on the pictures and this is probably due to the pearl white that was used.
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Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam by psychodynamix
Bandai 1/100 MG Sengoku Astray Gundam
Paints Used:
Alclad II
Mr. Color
Testors

Outer Frame:
White Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black for pre-shading, Mr. Color GX Cool White, Mr. Crystal Color Pearl White, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Feet/Hidden Arms: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gunmetal, Testors Dullcote
Chest Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Smoke, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Mid Section: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Stainless Steel, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Inner Frame:
Red Parts: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, Alclad II Chrome, Alclad II Transparent Red, Mr. Color Clear Red, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss

Weapons/Accessories:
Gold Trim: Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer, Alclad II Gloss Black, Alclad II Chrome, Mix of Mr. Color Clear Yellow & Mr. Color Clear Orange, Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss
Green Sensors: Airbrushed on the back/underside: Alclad Transparent II Green, Alclad II Chrome, Mr. Color GX Ueno Black

Panel Lining:
Citadel Black with thinned down Future/Pledge Finish (I realized afterwards I should've used gray for the white sections), areas were cleaned up with Windex

Total time allocated on this kit: 61+ hours

Thoughts:
    More or less my first attempt at working with so much chrome, transparent/clear colors on a primarily gloss finished kit I realized that I should've spent more time on cleaning up on some more mold lines, filling in any seams on the kit, and checking for problem prone parts/areas of the kit. I guess this was because I didn't test fit/assemble the pieces and I did put the project on hold so many times. 
    I struggled on a couple of sections when assembling the parts due to tight fits from the paint and these were addressed by removing the excess. When assembling the kit I found that even after a week of drying aside for all the painted parts some of them still felt a bit tacky. I believe this was due to the Alclad II Klear Kote Gloss, whereas the sections that received the Testor's Dullcote were not tacky at all.
    There were parts on the kit that I realized that should have not have been painted or where I should have taken a different approach. It seems the Alclad II Grey Microfiller Primer didn't adhere to them very well and flaked off fairly easily. Some of these parts specifically were the pins that are used on the legs, & backpack peg (parts from sprue/runner H).

Oh and the white seems to be a bit over exposed on the pictures and this is probably due to the pearl white that was used.
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Woah... really fell off on DA. I'll be attending NYCC2012 next week. Be sure to look for me or not... lol.

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Aenea-Jones Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
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Hidan789 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014
hey man what did you use on the noob mask after you made the pepakura model i'm new at this so i got kinda lost
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psychodynamix Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
I used a different method other than paper to make the mask instead of using paper. I responded to someone else who had a similar question on one of the other pics for the mask.

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The step by step instructions can be found in the comments of that page. I hope this helps.
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ARCrebs Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for the fav :)
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:happybounce:  :nuu: thank you soooo much for the WATCH :woohoo:  :squee:

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:iconemotethanks1plz::iconemotethanks2plz::iconemotethanks7plz::iconihaswatcherplz: / Gracias por el wacth!!!... :iconwalkingcatplz:
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DeltaRee Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you for watching! :D
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psychodynamix Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
You're welcome! Keep up the excellent with your cos! They're astounding and you portray them really well! Clap 
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Thx for the fav and watch! 
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psychodynamix Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
You're welcome! Keep up the awesome work with your papercraft!Nod 
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