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Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing Endless Waltz - XXXG-01D2 Gundam Deathscythe Hell Custom - MG #142 - 1/100 - EW ver. (Bandai)

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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥4,815)

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Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 43 USD | 36 EUR | 53 CAD
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Available for pre-order @ Play-Asia.com ($39.99)
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Azaizer (2 years ago) #4371884It will only look better if you plan to add more shading and/or details to the model kit. Honestly I've found with the Master Grade series that all you need is to use a Gundam Marker to add lines for accents on the armor and they're good to go!

Depends on the eye of the beholder and how hard you are looking when doing a straight build of a Gundam. You can cover up the shaved down Spur marks with paint, Which do become very noticeable to me. You can also adjust what type of finish it has, super glossy or mat. This arguably can be done by spraying the plastic pieces with a gloss or mat final Coat. However paint, (Air brushed paint) covers up the swirls formed in the plastic as it sets from liquid to solid.

As you guess I for one paint my Gundams.
2 years ago
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darkanek (7 years ago) #351841yep, no need painting
but it would look much better if you paint it ;)


It will only look better if you plan to add more shading and/or details to the model kit. Honestly I've found with the Master Grade series that all you need is to use a Gundam Marker to add lines for accents on the armor and they're good to go!
2 years ago
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Deathscythe Hell's main attraction is the wings
4 years ago
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SumPiSo if I understand correctly, this does not need to be painted anymore?

yep, no need painting
but it would look much better if you paint it ;)
7 years ago
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Guiyep.. the master grade line of kits do not need painting..
So if I understand correctly, this does not need to be painted anymore?
7 years ago
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SumPiDoes this kit require painting? Or is that already done, and you just need to assemble it yourself?

yep.. the master grade line of kits do not need painting..
7 years ago
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