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1inch - Little Armory  (LA003) - SCAR-H - 1/12 (Tomytec)1inch - Little Armory (LA003) - SCAR-H - 1/12 (Tomytec)¥ Comprar¥ Comprar

1inch - Little Armory  (LA003) - SCAR-H - 1/12 (Tomytec)
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1/12  L=70mm (2.73in)
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06/2014 As Standard
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It'd be nice if the Little Armory line came out with some series-specific guns in addition to these standard weapons. I'd like a Seburo C30, for one (since the Major came with the M5 and C26A already.)
hace 5 años
ZoidsFanatichace 5 años#2606532Well, back in my old Zoid days, for small models like this I would use a paint brush as opposed to anything else. Easier detail working. As for sample coloring, my (airsoft) SCAR could provide a good idea of the color scheme, zoidsfanatic.de...
As for camouflage, I'm not sure. Never really seen camo on SCARs before besides games. I'm sorta a solid color guy, but I suppose a camouflage color would work with the right combination.


I used to have Zoids but I never colored them. Paint brushing is cheaper and easier but now as elegant. Anyway, since the scale is small, I think it is fine. This reminds me, where did I put my old Zoids now? I moved to a new place some years back and totally forgot about them. I hope that they are still around, buried somewhere.

Ah, now I know what you meant by tan color. It really look realistic!
Come to think of it, maybe camo coloring is only suitable for sniper rifles....for characters with ghillie suits.
hace 5 años
tanakahace 5 años#2606524Do you use airbrush or just paint it using hand?
Metallic brown color? Sounds weird. Do you have any samples?
Btw, what do you think of using camouflage colors (a set of green, tan, black etc)?


Well, back in my old Zoid days, for small models like this I would use a paint brush as opposed to anything else. Easier detail working. As for sample coloring, my (airsoft) SCAR could provide a good idea of the color scheme, zoidsfanatic.de...

As for camouflage, I'm not sure. Never really seen camo on SCARs before besides games. I'm sorta a solid color guy, but I suppose a camouflage color would work with the right combination.
hace 5 años
ZoidsFanatichace 5 años#2594982Well, depending. The typical SCAR color is tan and black (I'm assuming the model is already that color to begin with). Other color variations I've seen for the SCAR is just black. So yeah, just try to match the colors of a real SCAR to the paint you need. I think there are "military" color types out there.
Been years since I've worked on a model then.
Edit:
I just remembered that SCAR upper receivers are usually (if tan) a metallic brown color. Just hit me.


Do you use airbrush or just paint it using hand?

Metallic brown color? Sounds weird. Do you have any samples?
Btw, what do you think of using camouflage colors (a set of green, tan, black etc)?
hace 5 años
tanakahace 5 años#2594786Painting is one thing, matching the right color is another.
I guess you paint the parts using some sort of 'gun' color?


Well, depending. The typical SCAR color is tan and black (I'm assuming the model is already that color to begin with). Other color variations I've seen for the SCAR is just black. So yeah, just try to match the colors of a real SCAR to the paint you need. I think there are "military" color types out there.

Been years since I've worked on a model then.

Edit:
I just remembered that SCAR upper receivers are usually (if tan) a metallic brown color. Just hit me.
hace 5 años
ZoidsFanatichace 5 años#2589779I'm imagine your typical model glue would work fine. As for painting, by hand would be for the best to get the fine detail.

Painting is one thing, matching the right color is another.
I guess you paint the parts using some sort of 'gun' color?
hace 5 años
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