Building A Gundam: Bandai’s HGUC RX-78-2 Part 9: Panel Lining

With your Bandai Gundam painted and decaled, it’s time to define some detail!

Part 9 of this series takes a deep dive into the process of panel lining your Gundam, not only covering the various products and methods, but also explaining the realities of why the “Bandai plastic bug” exists – and how to avoid it. The use of pencils/pens, acrylics, and oils/enamels is demonstrated.

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2 responses to “Building A Gundam: Bandai’s HGUC RX-78-2 Part 9: Panel Lining”

  1. Thank you for this very nice tutorial!
    You can check my very amateurish video where I show how to use acrylic washes without the need to work quickly to clean up any mistake ( You can almost treat them as an oil wash, but working with water! I hope you find it useful.



    1. Thanks so much Marco! 🙂


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