Home » Shows » Boss Builds » Boss Builds – Episode 24 – How To Clear Flat-Coat The Hulk Previous Post Next Post Share This Post Boss Builds | Shows Boss Builds – Episode 24 – How To Clear Flat-Coat The Hulk By Ryan Gunpla TV on April 12, 2013 7 Comments In this episode, Brian preps the Dragon 1/9 Hulk for some weathering with a couple coats of rattle-can flat clear! Kits featured in this video: – 1/9 Avengers: Hulk (Unpainted Kit) by Dragon build DRAK38315 unboxing Share This Post Related Articles Gunpla TV – Episode 132 – MG Strike Rouge Ootori – Gundam Build Fighters – Big Scale Gundam October 8, 2013 Boss Builds – Episode 14 – Brian is Back! – Dragon Avengers Kit Unboxing September 12, 2012 Gunpla TV – Episode 101 – What is HG (High Grade) Gundam? Zoids Iron Kong Unboxing January 21, 2013 Gunpla TV Special – 1/144 RG GN-001 Gundam Exia Unboxing! April 24, 2014 SD Winning Gundam by Bandai – Build December 10, 2014 Gunpla TV – Episode 107 – What is MG (Master Grade) Gundam? March 4, 2013 Toy Tengoku – Episode 42 – Erica Hartmann from “Strike Witches” April 26, 2013 Gunpla TV – Episode 27 – PG Strike Freedom WIP Part 4 February 18, 2011 HobbyLink Unboxing – 1/48 Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter Moving Edition April 24, 2015 7 Comments Sorry April 18, 2013, 11:37 am wow! over 7.5 minutes before you finally started spraying that figure. Probably some good info in there that I could use if I were patient enough to wade through it all. I’m not an expert on painting techniques (though I’m getting much better) but I can tell you that if you are planning on speaking in public you should have a better idea of what you want to say. Winging it can lead to excessive talking without really saying much. Reply Tank Grey April 18, 2013, 5:52 pm Some great tips in there Brian. Always learning a couple of new tricks from Boss Builds. Hulk looks ‘smashing’! Reply Brian April 19, 2013, 6:33 pm HI Sorry, Sorry you didn’t like the flow, but I think if you took the time to actually listen to what I was saying, you’d appreciate the layout of the video better. I knew exactly what I wanted to say, and said it. Just had a lot that I wanted to say! Tank Grey, Thanks! Glad you appreciate it! Reply Exatire April 20, 2013, 9:10 am Great advice! I always learn something super important that i never even noticed to do. You are the funniest person to watch on here for sure and the movie refrences are great! Reply Brian April 23, 2013, 4:11 pm Hi Exatire, Glad to hear you are finding useful things in the videos, and also happy you are finding it entertaining! Reply Al April 25, 2013, 10:28 am Yup, the only problem with painting outdoors is the risk factor for something unexpected landing on the thing you’re trying to paint goes up dramatically, almost like our models have an instant attraction to insects and dirt. Appreciated the useful tips on clear coating. One thing I’m curious about is that you mentioned heating the pieces to get them to fit better during assembly. What’s the impact of doing that after the pieces have been painted? Is there a danger of damaging the painted surface during the heating phase? Been really enjoying your videos, Brian. Reply Brian April 25, 2013, 10:34 am Hi Al, Glad you like the videos! As for heating the vinyl to get a better fit, the heat itself should not have any effect on the paint, but I’ll be careful not to distort the parts too much as i put them together. That is, I won’t be bending them or wiggling them around much…just pushing them together to get the best fit. I’ve never had problems in the past doing that, so I hope this one will go just as well. We’ll see on the video! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your 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.