Monday, April 18, 2011

BB Senshi Sangokuden Choko Zaku III Part 3

Up to some mischief again

Continue with the work on BB Senshi Sangokuden Choko Zaku III after all the hand painting in the previous posting.

All the interior of the thrusters/vents on the edges of the skirts armors are going to be painted in red. Gundam Marker Red would be sufficient for the task this time.

Only the four vents on the front skirt armor, and the two inside the black part are shown painted in red as seen on the box art, but I painted the four on the rear skirt armor and the portion on the front armor that used to be Sazabi's abdomen cannon as well.
No need to go all stringy with the red marker I figured? ^^

black edges

Still on all the thrusters/vents, the walls are painted with Gundam Marker Gray to make them stand out as seemingly separate components from the skirt armors.

Panel-lined everything when the paint has dried.

Just simple panel-lining for the arms, head and legs.
Choko Zaku III's surname on the forehead will be painted in gold, but I'll leave it as the last part of the work. ^^

Panel-lined the feet.

Same old Ammeltz Yoko Yoko trick to get the name on the sole. I didn't paint the characters in gray this time, as compared to what I did with Shusou Doven Wolf as the name seems quite easy to spot without extra paint.

Panel-lined the helmet and horn when the paint has dried.
The "tail" on the helmet is not painted though, even though it should be in gold.

My intention is to use the foil sticker included for that component, not for saving myself from having to paint it, but the foil sticker that wrap onto the entire area will help to cover up the seem lines.
Plus, how am I suppose to come up with those red curvy ornaments myself? XD

A bit of the front and the entire rear portion of the tail not covered by the sticker are painted using Gundam Marker Gold.

Just simple panel-lining to complete the blades.

Refinement on the shoulder shield painted in Part 1, plus the work on several other parts will be in the next posting.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Ngee Khiong, nice paint job, may I know how you do the paint work, r u using hand brush? And how you do the masking?