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  1. I'm finally getting back into weathering and stickering my Yamato VF-1 cannon fodders. I completed the VF-1J... 4 years ago, and I started on the 1A shortly after. Around 6 months later I had pretty much completed the 1st part of the weathering (darkening), and then... got lazy - probably due to some other distraction - maybe a video game or something. Just did a little bit tonight, which was darkening the option part side covers and intake covers. The next part is dry brushing on some metallic weathering to the darker areas - feet, intake covers and gunpod. Then stickers and a flat coat. I wonder how many months it will be until I find time to do that. Have to wait until the weather is warmer to even use my flat coat Mr Hobby spray. Well, enjoy the WIP photos. The darkening is all done using Gundam Real Touch markers, and a cotton bud/q-tip these top 3 photos were taken in 2015-2016... Left side already weathering, and right side bare. Photos taken tonight. The intake covers are really subtle so no point showing those. I think the effect doesn't show up on my phone camera and during the night with the room lights. It'll be much more pronounced once the dry brushing is done. I had forgetten how therapeutic and relaxing this hobby is.
  2. I decided to go heavy with this no paint kit that I had built a couple of years ago, I was thinking it lacked character, finally it is complete.
  3. I am doing the celshading in an old beat up Yamato, I got it very yellowed and some parts missing but it is coming along. Some of the fotos have really bad lighting.
  4. This was a nice surprise to wake up to this morning! ***Not my work you can find more incredible work from this modeler here: Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2UPftBhkCUwQyCGSQxCbNQ Support Scale-a-ton! https://www.patreon.com/scaleaton Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ScaleAtonScaleModeling/ Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/scale.a.ton/
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