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LoMejor

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For nubs, just use a slight abrasive like 180 sandpaper to smoothen it out. Don't worry about the discoloration as you are going to paint over it naman. For paints, it depends on what you want. But in my experience, yung topcoat ang magdadala nyan. Yung semi gloss should be okay but it will depend sa preferences mo.

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You can also try Nail buffers para kumintab ung area na nilihaan mo, pero kung mag top coat ka kahit 1000 grit na sandpaper lang ok na kasi mawawala naman ung slight discoloration nung area na nilihaan mo.

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Plastic or resin?

 

It is similar fir both, I use a fine jewellers file and finish with #600 sandpaper.

 

Best paint *ever* is Tamiya spray cans, start with white fine primer for a base coat. This stuff is expensive, try not to waste it.

i dont use paint brushes unless i have to, an airbrush gives better results.

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eh diba may customs tax tayo? hindi kaya mas mapapamahal ka if sakali? musta pala pag build ng 1/60? gusto ko kasing bilhin astray red frame with bonus parts.

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Try mo muna mag KO ng 1/60 para ma-feel mo kung okay or hindi. Most of the KO today are almost identical to the original. Plastic quality is at least 80% compared to the original. So quality wise eh okay na iyan. At least magkamali ka man or mabali ang isang part ay hindi masyado masakit sa bulsa.

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