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WST (Kabaya) Metroplex

Bobby Lemain

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Oh, nice! I have one of those KO Metroplex figures from Might Gaine. The packaging was different though. Makes me wonder if it's a different production quality.


Is there any prepping you you had to do before you painted the figure?



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Man, if you doesn't told us that this is a modelkit, then I would guessed it as custom painted original. :tflaugh

It's that good! :thumb

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Is there any prepping you you had to do before you painted the figure?
I'm still trying to think about how to get it on there cause the brown is hideous!


I found that my white and gray acrylics were going on as if i was painting with milk, so I kept layering the paint until I had 6 layers on the shoulder piece, then I gave up...and bought some white primer.


but I later realized that enamel doesn't loose its pigment soo easily when put over other colors, so besides the pieces I already primed, I just went straight up enamel and I had no worries. The only acrylics that seemed to stick were black, red, and over the primer. but even over the primer I had to use multiple coats. with the enamel, (i don't, but am planning to get) a bit of thinner would thin out the paint well enough to not cover up the detail. but all in all, I only had one coat of enamel, one coat of clear acrylic, then the icing on the cake (stickers).

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a soak in a tub of dishwashing soap+water


and this is where preference gets involoved:

white acrylic primer+acrylic light colors

white acrylic primer+enamel


acrylic (dark)

a huge amount of layers of light acrylic colors


turned out i could just use enamel straight on then cover it with some clear acryli


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Nice job!

Where did you get the labels tho?

And did you use chrome paint for the face and legs?


labels were made in MS-Paint and MS-word, printed onto CD label sheets, and covered with packaging tape


chrome paint is Alclad II



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