Home » Shows » Boss Builds » Boss Builds – Episode 18 – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk – Gluing Vinyl Previous Post Next Post Share This Post Boss Builds | Shows Boss Builds – Episode 18 – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk – Gluing Vinyl By Ryan Gunpla TV on November 14, 2012 4 Comments In today’s episode, Brian actually gets started (a bit) on the 1/9 Dragon Hulk kit! Kits featured in this video: – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk (Unpainted Kit) by Dragon – Mini Razor Saw by Tamiya DRAK38315 Share This Post Related Articles Boss Builds – Episode 23 – How To Drybrush The Hulk March 22, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 21 – Highlighting the Hulk February 25, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 26 – The Hulk is Done! August 2, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 25 – Masking The Hulk Display Base July 12, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 19 – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk – Pre-shading December 5, 2012 Boss Builds – Episode 24 – How To Clear Flat-Coat The Hulk April 12, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 20 – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk – Base Coating February 8, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 22 – Paint Detailing the Hulk March 8, 2013 4 Comments Al November 14, 2012, 12:04 pm Some good tips for working with vinyl (gluing, paint selection). With the head now glued on, it will be interesting to see whether you end up having to do a bit of puttying or not. The back seam seemed to close pretty good, but it looked like there was still a bit of a gap around the side jaw lines when the figure was being rotated around. Might have just been my eyes, though. Looking forward to the upcoming paint applications, from base application to detailing. The detailing of the head will in particular be of interest, especially the eyes. I’m always amazed at how features of the eyes can be painted to look so realistic. Reply Brian November 14, 2012, 2:47 pm Hi Al, Glad you’re diggin’ it! You’re right about the jawline seams…I actually took a stab at puttying a bit last night. Will post results soon! Yes, the eyes can certainly make or break a figure…luckily the Hulk’s eyes are rather small and beady, so there’s really not too much that can go wrong! The biggest challenge will be to make them not too “cartoony.” Reply Garrett November 14, 2012, 11:07 pm Looking good so far Brian. If I may suggest, it might end up better if you preshade with NATO black instead of pure black since NATO black has a greenish hue to it already. I use that as a preshade for airplanes when German green or olive drab will go on after and it seems to blend better than a pure black does. Keep up the good work! Reply Brian November 15, 2012, 10:53 am Hi Garret, Thanks! Not a bad idea! As you know, I’ll also be using the NATO Black as the base color for his hair, too. And probably as the base for washes later. Go NATO Black! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentYou may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.