I’m currently building CuteCube’s 1/100 scale TR-6 Woundwort.
I really like this Gundam design, it just looks so different; to me it has a hint of a female like design/propertion to it. Like a boat, you can call it a “she”.
It’s not a Bandai kit, the engineering is not perfect so it has a ton of work to get all the parts and pegs to fit. Fix any flash molds or odd “dimples” (fill iy with model filler (Humbrol) or epoxy). Some parts need glueing to keep it together. It’s been a long process.
So what else have I got to do?
– It comes with two Long beam rifles. I built one, one more to go.
– Fix any more mold issues, sanding joint parts etc.
– Clean it, prime it, check for any issues again.
– Paint it. Thinking of pearl white for the white parts. : P
First time building a Gundam plastic kit that is not Bandai.
I built a resin kit of Gundam “Alex” when I was a kid, which turned out badly. This is turning out pretty well so far.