I decided to do the gouf for my next kit since its already sitting on my shelve snap fitted 😛 Of all the goufs out that, this is still my favorite design thus far. Sleek deadly blue mean machine…..
Gwad, don’t you just love that shield and barrel combination….
Some simple cosmetic mods that I’ll be doing includes sharpening all those spikes.
The big seamline on the shoulder is a big no no….that will have to go.
And one more smack right down on the legs. This one will require a bit of cutting for easier painting.
This will enable the leg joint to be reinserted back after painting 😛
The piece circled in the larger red circle is slightly movable but still limits the current range of movement of the gouf.
By cutting this, it enables a slightly higher range.
And this results in increased upward mobility of the leg! Maybe time to kick something again 😛
Gonna also do a bit of texturing work on some of the black parts.
Apply some tamiya thick cement over the area. Next use an old toothbrush and dab a few times over the surface.
Cheap instant cast iron look! Here is the link! Thanks again ZD for pointing out that link to Ghost of Zeon ^^
Comparison between textured and non textured armor
Also did texturing on the chest piece.
And this nifty little gift from my wife for holding the pieces while I do the texturing…really helps in avoiding finger prints on the surfaces!!
Till the next post!!!