Bandai , Mecha Collection # 03 . Karakrum Class Combatant Ship

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Flawless , Bandai injection molding :




Zero flash .
Lots of detail .
 
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One thing I will only rarely complain about with Bandai kits.
Looks VERY well detailed for that size
 

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Really loving this Pagoda Mast .
Incredible injection molding from the masters at Bandai :




How they achieve this in one piece is super impressive ,




This piece also ,
with it's geometry and fine detail :





Super-Bad-Ass Bandai-Doing !

 
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Bandai's recent kits are VERY hard to top for engineering
 

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Just have to enjoy good engineering and attention to detail. I only have a big Yamato so far from the series but the detail and parts engineering like you see here on this kit is impressive.
 

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That molding requires some seriously articulated mold sections .
Most Impressive !

... and they do it OVER and OVER and OVER with those molds ...
 

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So I might do this like the last one : Tamiya rattle-can primer then the brass base-coat -- then colors ... OR , maybe Stynylrez primer in " metal " which is silver , then the color-coats after that .... we'll see
 
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LOL -- I just " discovered " these kits the other day when I was vacuuming under one of the work-benches that has a pile of kits backed up to it .
Totally forgot about them .
They're definitely the most modeling you'll get for the money !
 

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Liking those colors! How did you get such nice coverage on the back sides of some of those features with a ratle can no less?
 

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Not rattle-can .
The primer is Stynylrez in " metal " ( silver )
I'm exploring some crazy chit right now with these Auto-Air Colors . - It's all airbrush .
....some of them have no binder ,, just finding this out !! .
I went to their website but they don't wanna tell you much .
Anyways -- these " paints " ( actually colors ) are very much what I want from transparent coatings . BUT , It would be nice if the manufacturer would tell you what the F it is .
 
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