I've decided to go with a white top on this kit. Looks great after some masking in my opinion. This is turning out to be a lot of fun, and very different from the Gundam kits I have done in the past.
So I've Decided to do the whole spoon painting thing so that I can test the look of the colors i'm using. I should have done this a long long time ago. I primed the different spoons and have then painted them with Flat Red, Clear Red on Silver Leaf and gloss!
So i'm not sure what the heck happened but after spraying the second coat... half the kit wrinkled up. I did a light coat a few days after and idk what happened but yeah i had to sand down the kit. I didn't want to deal with all the layers again so I painted the kit Metallic blue. I'm not happy with having to change the color of the paint, but until I can find out what is going on with my paints, I will stick with simple metallic colors.
So the interior and the rest of the colors have gone on great. The kit looks fantastic, the engine was a lot of fun to paint, so much detail. The problem is though is the instructions aren't as clear as the Gundam kits so it was a little harder to get things into place. Bandai really does spoil their customers with how detail the manuals are.
So just a bit more work and the Kit will be finished. Hopefully will get that done for my next update. Any comments and critiques are very welcome! Have a great day!