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The LATEST Paint Experiment - VF-0S 1/72 Hasegawa

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Spent about three hours getting this thing painted up..and hour to take off the masking TAPE...

REALLY !!! HAPPY with how this turned out!

Would you like to see the development shots of the masking process!

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Now that is one amazing Enigma Camo VF-0S. All that masking tape really paid off! B))

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My Thanks...going to try to get this finished up today, Gloss Coated for the decals...then dulled down to start the pastel work!

More posts to follow!

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Here it is...so far soo good - let the Pastels and DIO work begin!

My Sincere thanks for all the kind words!

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Well this day has been GREAT!!! Been a very long time since I have had the chance to spend the entire day in the workshop...like over a year comes to mind...

The following shots are of the display base to go with the VT. These kits are great, HOWEVER - Standing on their own is sometimes an issue!!! So base it shall be!!!

more to follow as the build continues!

Good night all!

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Beautiful work. For me there's little more satisfying in modelling as when you finally - finally - pull the masking tape off a complex masking job. I once had a model in masking for a couple of weeks. Every two days I would be adding more panels, removing part, then masking again just to spray another tint... and finally, finally be able to remove everything was a blessed relief.

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awesome work, man! the first pics look a lot like your old dorvak =)

i'd be interested to see your pics of the masking process, if it's not too much trouble

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