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Model oddly remind me of an Evangelion unit. In a cool way.

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It's a cool fig and I'm glad folks like the paintjob. Started with drybrushing Folk Art Brilliant Ultramarine mixed with Apple Barrel Regency Blue, worked up to straight Regency blue and finished off with Folk Art Titanium White. Base was part of the old MK base hotglued to a washer. I applied straight Apple Barrel Regency Blue to the base and dipped into talc baby powder..

Model oddly remind me of an Evangelion unit. In a cool way.

Oh, I can see that; tall, angular and spiky. The Eva units were cool in their own ways. I just wasn't keen on the characters, but I do plan to try the series again for the Angels and Mechas. Now might be a good time since Gravity Falls is on another long hiatus.

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