There's no specifically blue plastic pieces on this kit, so small uses of blue can serve as great contrast to the mass of red.
Here on the main skirt thrusters, I uses Tamiya metallic blue on the outside, Alclad chrome on the inside, with a small amount … Continue Reading ››
The progress is not surprisingly slow on the big Neo Zeong. There's lots of masking involved as the large pieces are just crying out for the added detail that I can bring through selectively painting different sections.
These are from the front of the kit, and I … Continue Reading ››
Neo Zeong progresses slowly....
As I was already working on the fuel tanks, I decided to do a few more of their pieces. This is the base, with rockets that I did with Tamiya clear red over Alclad chrome. Continue Reading ››
Continuing on with the build, I'm starting with some pieces that I want to mask and detail up, or that will need fix-up work.
All these pieces are getting Alclad gloss black undercoat so I can go wild with the Alclad metallics on top - polished brass … Continue Reading ››
I'm still trying to fine-tune the settings for the new site layout and theme. It appears that text isn't wrapping right and the main content area isn't working quite how I want. I'll give it another go tomorrow and see if I can't get it working the way I want.
Ok, I think this is a … Continue Reading ››
The Neo Zeong is quite daunting. Just unpacking the box and sifting through the pieces means you have to start thinking "what do I do first?"
Well, first thing first, obviously! And that means tidying up and cleaning the airbrush station. My youngest of little helpers … Continue Reading ››
The Neo Zeong has arrived! Yes, the box is big, but it's not too big and not too heavy. I'll quickly grab some pictures and we'll see what kind of adventure we're in for!
Is this the first Neo Zeong in Canada?
And although the box is pretty … Continue Reading ››
I thought it time the GN Particles Website got a new design. For first up is a new logo, which works well on white,
And new header images for the top of the page,
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I've not quite competed GN Arms, as I'm still intending to make some water slide decals for it, but I had to see how it looked with the RG Exia!
And it looks great. The RG Exia fits nicely, using the small action base adapter that comes … Continue Reading ››
With HG Exia coming with GN Arms, I decided to figure out a more faithful to the anime colour scheme for the Trans-Am mode.
Although on the box, it says it's Trans-Am Exia, the colours are the same as normal, with the stickers red instead! Now that's … Continue Reading ››