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Painting Princess Serenity GK Step by StepPainting Princess Serenity GK Step by StepTutorial

leonasenshileonasenshiHace 4 meses
Hey everyone!

How's Quarantine life? I've actually haven't gone out, just like many other introverts, modelers tend to do the same lol

So before all this came down, I was actually at home working on both this kit and the video itself.

I'm here to say hang in there, it doesn't really sink into you that this shit is real and actually happening until you go to the supermarket and people are starting to panic buy even if we just have less than 100 confirmed cases in the country and the shelves are empty...

I'm trying to stay calm, and I hope you guys are doing the same.

Since we all have time now (fortunately or unfortunately) I though I come to share my latest video.

This is the full Work in progress video of Princess Serenity, it's a step by step video on how I did everything, explaining why and giving you a general idea of what painting a GK really entails.

If you have an hour to kill (I promise it's not boring) my I suggest a watch?

If anybody has any questions, please let me know in the comments here as they can get lost in the video now.

Hopefully, you'll enjoy the process and the final product :)

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Needless to say but I'll do it anyway, UTTERLY GORGEOUS and TERRIFIC WORK.
I really loved how you put together the tutorial and it was well worth watching it all. I do want to also give extra praise to your painting of her eyes -- I've always admired GK builds but it's always so hard for me to look the figure in the face because of the eyes but you my dear, have done a glorious job. SHE'S BEAUTIFUL IN EVERY WAY!! Thank you for sharing this treasure with us.
Hace 3 meses
I finished watching this last night after I was so stressed about California's "Safer at Home" ordinance until April 19 and became an instant fan. Not only is your GK absolutely beautiful (even with the bow lol!), but you have a shining and vibrant personality which just made me feel so happy watching you! Thank you for sharing this with us, and I totally don't think you failed at all with this GK. She is absolutely stunning. As someone who is interested in doing a GK at some point, I think I'll pass my quarantine time with watching your videos and learning a thing or two :)
Hace 4 meses
leonasenshiHace 4 meses#76656467With a micro drop of CA glue applied with the tip of the toothpick :)
Aah, okay. Thank you for explaining :)
Hace 4 meses
I didn't even realize that the video was an hour long, I was completely immersed and interested in the entire process. Thank you so much for sharing! You work is beautiful!
Hace 4 meses
pyokoHace 4 meses#76656193
What I actually wondered while watching; how do the little glitter pieces stay on the dress/hair? I did not see you use any glue when attaching them.


With a micro drop of CA glue applied with the tip of the toothpick :)
Hace 4 meses
The dress and background are so amazing. I would not have that patience ^^"

What I actually wondered while watching; how do the little glitter pieces stay on the dress/hair? I did not see you use any glue when attaching them.
Hace 4 meses
I just watched this last night and I loved it! It's interesting to see the process so clearly, and it was really funny too!
Hace 4 meses
Your source for old and rare figurines!

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