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JohnnyJr

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  1. Hi David, I used gaianotes clear purple.
  2. Hey guys thanks for sharing your experiences. The WIP sections are really insightful and I have picked up a few tricks. I think I will grab a Hasegawa VF-1S with strike parts and give it a go after I am done with my next project (non-macross). My background is similar to Kajnrig's as I have only ever assembled and painted fully snap fitted kits by Bandai so it should be a fun experience.
  3. Hey fhrex thanks Do you have any experience with Hasegawa macross kits? If so, how are they? I am thinking of switching to Hasegawa since they are cheaper and I don't really need a transformable kit. I have however read that their plastic quality is brittle, the panel lines are very shallow and the kits require lots of glue and putty filling. Thanks!
  4. Hi, I am new to the forums. Just completed my old Bandai VF-25F Alto custom that I had for awhile now and would like to share it with you guys for some feedback. This kit is very time consuming and there is a lot of work that is needed to be done (lots of decals and panel-lining). The end product is great but the kit itself is very fragile and the fit between pieces isn't too good. Every time I move it, it feels like something might break apart (I already broke 2 minor parts). Also, the waterslide decals which are brittle themselves already are always rubbing against each other which may ca
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