Gaijin Gunpla

After the paint had dried I was eager to see if the time-consuming masking I engaged in was worth the effort.

Here’s some pics of where I’m at so far.


My Delta Plus decals are on their way from Samuel Decal but I couldn’t resist putting this guy together to see how he looked.



Not bad if I do say so myself. You can see where I placed some of the aftermarket nozzles that I picked up when working on the HG G Gundam.   They fit perfectly as well.  I did round a couple corners slightly but they went in and stayed without having to use any glue.

There is one more section I wanted to use aftermarket parts on. The legs. I removed the seam-line on the big cylinder on the front of the leg but felt that, with the large amount of leg frame still showing, that it needed something more. I had some leftover aftermarket parts that were used on the Gunpla TV episode with the pink Geara Zulu, so I sprayed them with a coat of Smoke, and then glued them into the holes I drilled on the legs.

This:

now looks like this:

Now I’ve got to do something with that gun.

Categories: Builds, Delta Plus, HG

6 Responses so far.

  1. Dill-n says:

    Nice use of aftermarket parts, looks sweet.

  2. Yuri Barbosa Ordeste says:

    The markings and all are great, but for me the great winner is the main color you choose for him. Is i a dark blue? Because it justs looks perfect on δ Plus.

    • syd says:

      Hi Yuri,

      Sorry for the late reply. The blue is Tamiya TS-53 Deep Metallic Blue and the darker color is TS-64 Dark Mica Blue.

  3. GNSquacker says:

    LOOKS GREAT!!
    LOVE the S2 that was masked on the outside of bot backfin/wing/binderthingslol

  4. sonar says:

    Those detail parts made a great difference. With the masking, has that bled under the tape, or chipped when you’ve unmasked?

    • syd says:

      Some parts bled under the tape but as I maskedover the plastic I can use a knife and scrape it away if I feel the need to. I should be able to start decaling in a few days.

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