Gaijin Gunpla

When assembling Gundam models you first assemble the inner frame and then afterwards put on the armour. Here’s the torso and the backpack sans coverings. Inside the torso is a little seated pilot but I don’t have a picture of him.

And here is the rest of him, although I don’t have the pelvis part included in the photo. Apparently, people who know what they are doing ‘test-build’ the entire kit to evaluate it before taking it apart and modifying, painting it. Myself, I am afraid I will break a joint or something so I elected not to fully assemble. I already know how it goes together as I have done a Zaku before.

Categories: Builds, MG, Zaku Minelayer

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  1. Josh says:

    Syd,

    Do you spray the entire frame in sections or together as a whole (as in right arm, left arm…etc) or do you spray the inner frame in individual pieces and then re-assemble.

    I’m currently working on a repaint of my PG GAT-X105 Strike Gundam, bringing it slightly closer to a deactive mode( my version atleast), and really want to make sure I do the inner frame right as the armor looks pretty good so far

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