Welcome again everyone to the conclusion of our work with the RG GP01 on another volume of Happy Little Robots.
If you recall from the first volume we added some chrome, gun metal, and gold highlights to the inner frame.
Today we’re going to be adding in some red for the pistons and feet.
Using the same techniques as before, the pieces have been spray painted black first.
Then they have been drybrushed Metallic Red with our handy dandy GodHand drybrush.
We carry this on to the feet, so they look more worn as opposed to the bright red out of box plastic.
I have also added chrome and gold accents to the bottom of the foot, for added detail separation.
If you don’t have a specialty drybrush, I recommend using an older brush for this technique as we do put the bristles through some abuse.
Now that we see all of the colors come together, the frame really looks fantastic.
I have the armor painted in two different shades of white, taking advantage of the RG GP01’s parts separation.
With markings and top coat applied it’s immediately obvious how much extra detail there is in the inner frame.
As I mentioned in Volume 1, pick a theme/color palette and stick with it through the whole kit.
And here we have our first completed Happy Little Robot, the RG GP01 Zephyranthes!
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From all of us here at hobbylink.tv I want to wish you happy painting, and don’t forget to wash your hands!