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Tolga Uzuner

1/100 │ MSN-04 Sazabi Ver.Ka │ Bandai │

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Have to admit not my usual sort of thing, but that is IMPRESSIVE!!:wow::gobsmacked:

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That's just great Tolga! The "cigarette paper" gold finish is really classy with the red.

 

Did you have to do a lot of masking, or is the colour separation provided by the kit parts?

 

Will

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On 23.08.2017 at 9:20 PM, Pete in Lincs said:

Like it? Love it!

Beautiful paint and so much detail.

Thank you :)

On 23.08.2017 at 9:21 PM, Hunter Rose said:

Like i saidin the wip, a very nice job indeed! Lovely paint

Thank you :)

On 23.08.2017 at 11:21 PM, murfv said:

Have to admit not my usual sort of thing, but that is IMPRESSIVE!!:wow::gobsmacked:

Thank you :)

On 24.08.2017 at 11:07 PM, aurora-7 said:

Wow, gorgeous suite, even if it is Zeon.

Hımm actually i'm a huge zeon fan :) I think we have much better suite designs :)

On 25.08.2017 at 3:55 PM, Gimme Shelter said:

wow - now that is a very serious display piece

 

very nice work there

Thanks :)

On 25.08.2017 at 4:10 PM, rockpopandchips said:

Love it! The paint, the MS, the base it all looks totally fantastic.

 

Great work.

Thank you

On 29.08.2017 at 11:27 PM, Jim Wasley said:

Echoing every ones comments out of this world one great build and paint work.A credit to you Cheers.

Thank you Jim, may be some details could be better but at the end of the day a finished model is always good model :)

On 01.09.2017 at 1:47 AM, Will Vale said:

That's just great Tolga! The "cigarette paper" gold finish is really classy with the red.

 

Did you have to do a lot of masking, or is the colour separation provided by the kit parts?

 

Will

Hi Will, actually for the big parts i paint them seperetaly, but for the small parts and details i use a lot of masking tape and masking liquids :)

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