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MG Gundam Astray Red Frame Kai Build #4 Weathering

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Hello, I’m Duck, the administrator.
This time it’s weathering, which is the last step in the process. I’ll be chipping and shadowblowing to give it the feel of having made it through a series of battles. It’s a relatively simple job and will take about a day to complete.

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chipping

Scratches and peeling paint from the battle are applied.
I used to cut a sponge and cut it into a size of 2 cm, put enamel paint on the corners and lightly press it on, but recently I use a brush for dry brushing and lightly press the paint while fantasising about where the paint might scratch and express the peeling paint.
The paint used this time is Tamiya Enamel Paint XF-1 Flat Black.

Weathering Master

I forgot to use it on the red frame I made this time, but I recommend using Tamiya’s Weathering Master as an easy way to express dirt. There are various types available, so I think it’s a good idea to choose a colour that suits the situation.

shadow blowing

The shadow spraying process acts as a supplement to the soot stains around the vernier area and the chipping paint peeling off.
Airbrush the paint with Tamiya’s enamel paint Flat Black diluted relatively thin.
This process gives the kit a realistic look and feel.

completion

Weathering work is complete.
The damage expression has created an atmosphere of having been through quite a lot of fighting.

Now all the work is done.
This work is done every time, but it only takes about a day, so it’s easy to use and gives a nice atmosphere. I recommend it to anyone who wants to create a staining type effect.
Thank you for reading to the end.

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