Day 28: Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

Here’s how I apply panel lines with enamel paint. This process is also known as panel lining/enamel washing.

You will need the following items.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version
L-R: Lighter Fluid, Tamiya Enamel Paint, Paint Tray, thin-tipped brush and cotton bud.

1. Mix the enamel paint with lighter fluid at the ratio of 1:8.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

2. Immerse the brush in the mixture and apply it to the portion that you wish to panel line. As the liquid is very diluted, the mixture will flow and fill up the grooves and crevices.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

3. Don’t worry about the paint staining other areas. The final step involves soaking the cotton bud in lighter fluid and using it to clean away the excess paint.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

4. The piece is now completed after the panel lines have been cleaned up with the lighter fluid.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

I will now proceed to panel line the full kit. Here’s some pix of the clean Gundam.

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

Panel Lining Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

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12 thoughts on “Day 28: Gundam PG 1/60 RX-178 Titans Version

  1. when I first tried my hand at Gundam three years ago I didn't have the patience either. Doing this kit is a very good patience-building exercise.Actually it can be done much faster, but as this was my first Gundam after a two year break, I needed more time. The subsequent kits will be faster.

  2. when I first tried my hand at Gundam three years ago I didn't have the patience either. Doing this kit is a very good patience-building exercise.Actually it can be done much faster, but as this was my first Gundam after a two year break, I needed more time. The subsequent kits will be faster.

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