Good HGUC to practicing seamline removal

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Good HGUC to practicing seamline removal

Post by laj12387 » Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:04 pm

I've built a couple of gunpla now and I'm ready to take the leap into seamline removal and painting gunpla. My question is what would be a good HGUC kit to practice this on for a beginner that not to easy and not to hard? If possible I'd prefer a none gundam such as a zeon or titan MS kit. Thanks y'all.

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Re: Good HGUC to practicing seamline removal

Post by SNT1 » Sat Aug 01, 2015 2:21 am

I've always thought that the early 00's HGUC were good target practice for seam fixes, when kits were new enough that they weren't 2 slabs of plastic per component with an ugly seam running straight down the middle, and simple enough compared to the sometimes over-gimmicky and masking nightmares like some of the newer HG kits are.

Get you a Zaku II HGUC or a Dom Tropen. I liked those things.
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Re: Good HGUC to practicing seamline removal

Post by Den » Wed Aug 05, 2015 11:56 pm

best part to practice seamline removal would be the fuel tanks on the FAU or the Sinanju fuel tanks!

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