Continuing the build of Bandai’s Master Grade MS-14S Gelgoog, Part 2 of the series takes a look at detailing the inner frame.
Though much of the work won’t be seen, I think it has value for two reasons.
First, it’s just plain fun. All of the greeblies, lumps, and bumps just add value to the fun. Sometimes painting things just for the joy of it is reward in and of itself – even if no one sees it.
Secondly though, it’s good practice. What better way to improve on painting skills than on things no one will see? 😉
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