Hello, I’m the caretaker.
I’m going to do weathering when the original color painting is done well for the time being. This time as well, the chipping and shadow blowing are as usual.
This kit has a lot of clear parts, so I masked it before weathering. I think it’s okay to finish all the weathering, but this time I’ll install it first and then do the weathering.
There are clear parts on my head, but I removed them.
It is a work that produces the effect of scratches and paint peeling off in battle.
Tamiya’s enamel paint Flat Black is slightly diluted with enamel solvent, attached to the corners of the melamine sponge, and lightly pressed against the parts to express it.
It’s a simple task, and you can create a realistic atmosphere with just one effort.
Use an airbrush to apply natural stains.
The paint used is Tamiya Enamel Paint Neutral Gray. I wanted to make it a modest stain, so I avoided black.
The place to spray is near the exit / entrance of the duct and the joint part and the part soiled by chipping. Be careful not to overdo it like chipping.
It’s done with a top coat. The purpose is to protect decals and weathering on a part-by-part basis. Basically, the matte clear is blown, so it’s okay if you blow it lightly.
Weathering is complete.
As was the case with Exia, there are large clear parts on the limbs, so I wanted to complete that part in a beautiful state, so it took time and effort to mask it. It was worth it and I was satisfied.
This completes it.
Thank you for watching until the end.