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Raphael Gundam - code:GABRIEL by Juno-Uno Raphael Gundam - code:GABRIEL by Juno-Uno
Here's my fourth gunpla project, Raphael Gundam -[Codename: GABRIEL].

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click here to watch the video: [link]




=JuNo=
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:iconblahjerry:
blahjerry Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooooooh. Its neat. I think i know that backpack from somewhere though...
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wikkier Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2011
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... now, I could be dead wrong, but the "wings" on this well-designed angel of iron look like...
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... A RAILGUN FOR SHOOTING GUNDAMS.
OUT OF.
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... woah.
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reeyo Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Ooh I like! The color scheme is awesome.
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QuantumSkyz Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2011
perhaps make the arms and legs black to give cannons even more contrast?
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jeff1309 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011
is it for sale??
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:iconquantumskyz:
QuantumSkyz Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011
certainly owns the pink version, but the face looks a tad dark to me.
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Y-R-I-Here Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
So how do you paint your models?
I've wanted to get started eventually, but I haven't gotten around to looking up methods as to how.
Awesome model btw. Must buy mine next week!
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Juno-Uno Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2011
Most pro modelers tend to use an airbrush, but for newcomers, it's better to start off with hand painting. If you have no prior experience, I'd say use a fine tip brush and paint in details such as thrusters, vents or any small parts. Best paint to start off with in my opinion are acrylic paint. You can use enamel based paint but they're a bit tougher to clean especially if you make a mistake.
I also recommend purchasing a really fine tip art pen to ink the panel lines of the kit(the dark lines that accents the details). Most of these materials can be found usually in an art store or in the arts and crafts department of any store.
An optional thing that you could do after you finish detailing your kit, is to spray it over with a clear matte(flat) coat to seal up the details.
And of course it's easier to paint your kit when they are disassembled in sections(arms, legs, torso). That way you dont mistakenly apply paint at the wrong sections.
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Y-R-I-Here Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright, thx for the info.
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