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My first garage kit: Amie Grand kit: Saunder high schoolComentários • My first garage kit: Amie Grand kit: Saunder high school

  • 1pt
    Those are cute little figurines! Nice job. As for the hands...I usually use acrylic paints too so I understand your feeling about not masking them....
    28 dias atrás
    3pt
    Awesome work for your first kits :)

    Hope to see more from you in the future :D
    28 dias atrás
    1pt
    pyoko (29 dias atrás) #54974636I think they came out nicely for that small size.
    You wrote "Vallejo paints are either hit or miss though. Some paints peel off way too easily." so I wonder, did you use primer before painting? Without primer most color will peel of easily.
    For the hands; it may help to rub of the dark paint with alcohol on a cotton swab and use a soft sandpaper for leftovers. Just be careful not to remove the primer too.


    If the figure were a whole piece before painting, I may have primed. None of tanks I've painted was primed and they are fine. But then the tanks have mostly flat surface and isn't handled much.
    I did consider priming but it was adding another layer to already complex workload, so I skipped it.

    When not primed, Tamiya paints performed a lot better than Vallejo.
    29 dias atrás
    2pt
    I think they came out nicely for that small size.
    You wrote "Vallejo paints are either hit or miss though. Some paints peel off way too easily." so I wonder, did you use primer before painting? Without primer most color will peel of easily.

    For the hands; it may help to rub of the dark paint with alcohol on a cotton swab and use a soft sandpaper for leftovers. Just be careful not to remove the primer too.
    29 dias atrás
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