Nice work on Godzilla, Don. Filling gaps on models isn't my favorite task either!
Although attractive and quick to assemble, Rodan's buildings didn’t fit very well into their associated rubble piles on the base. I filled the gaps with small “talus” model railroad rocks set in place with Mr. Surfacer 1200, a lacquer-based modelling putty.
Liberally brushed over the rocks, the Mr. Surfacer smoothed the sharp surfaces on the rocks and helped them fit in with the soft detail of the molded rubble.
I also applied talus bits to the inside of the crushed building.
Even though it won’t be very visible once the roof is attached, it will serve to suggest the wrecked interior.
Howdy Y'all I did a little work on my Godzilla figure. It's going to take longer than I thought. I'm using an acrylic filler for the joint gaps. This is going to be a lot of work. I've dry-fitted the legs, I need to fill the joint between the body and the tail sections before I glue the legs on.
This is where im at with Godzilla The power tower is almost done and have started the dio base. The lack of detail where the seams are plus the fact that i sanded those spots has me at a bit of a standstill. Do i try add some detail on the aeres or just give him the out of box treatment. And,my dio idea now inludes the Hollywood sign in this alternate Godzilla universe
Yes, I'm not doing a plane for this. I meant i usually build armor kits and the few planes I've done have required filling and sanding, not my strong skills. Ghidarah has plenty of seams so I get to practice on him.
I managed to fill seams and start some sanding but the flu has hit me so I've been out for a week so far. This kit will stretch my skills since I don't build many planes and seams are a major weakness for me. Lots of practice on this kit though.
Thanks Brent Im in a bit of a quandary about how to approach painting him As a ref i used Godzilla verse Mothra and most of the time he looked dark grey and other times dark green.Most likely gonna go with some sort of dark grey