The cost to build a 1:100 model

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The cost to build the model (US dollars)

<$10
3
33%
$10 - 20
1
11%
$20 - 30
1
11%
$30 - 40
0
No votes
$40 - 50
3
33%
>$50
1
11%
 
Total votes: 9

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Post by ulnhyrr » Tue Mar 06, 2007 1:41 am

I too have used gundam markers in the past. I've also used mechanical pencils, technical pens (rapidograph), etc... in attempts to find the best method for panel lining.... By far, the easiest, and least amount of skills involved is the following: Wash technique <-- link is to another forum, but there are pictures and the tutorial is fairly extensive so to rewrite it here would just be laborious.(plus, it was written by me) So long as the rules for the technique are followed, this is the absolute easiest method for panel lining. (in my opinion, of course)

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Re: The cost to build a 1:100 model

Post by Poochi » Tue Mar 06, 2007 2:11 am

jnhchan wrote:and the kit cost me 20 australia dollars..
Please tell, where did you find a 1/100 or MG kit for $20AU?
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Post by jnhchan » Tue Mar 06, 2007 5:13 pm

Well, i bought the kit from hong kong 4 years ago. It costed me about 120 Hong Kong dollars. Therefore, it is only $20 dollars for MG RX-78-4. If you want to find cheap kits in Australia, try to find it on ebay or other bidding website. Something you can find some good kits. I bought MG GM for about 35 to 40 dollars include the postage

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