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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 2:38 pm 
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Off to the side in that picture. I had just applied gap filler a few minutes prior and was leaving them in a box to dry. Should have them painted up by the end of the day. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 2:38 pm 
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Off to the side in that picture.
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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Off to the side in that picture. I had just applied gap filler a few minutes prior and was leaving them in a box to dry. Should have them painted up by the end of the day. :D

Can't wait to see the figure's completion. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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While completing the hair piece and waiting for the oil paint to dry on the hair jewels, I decided to snap this picture, the model I've previously made note about, Sailor Jupiter first edition, with the brighter colors I also made note of.

Also, following the theme of putting the senshi next to the respective gods of their planet, here is Sailor Jupiter with Zeus.

I confess one eye may look a little larger, but it's hard to get a better idea with the opposing eye looking further to the side.


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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Also, following the theme of putting the senshi next to the respective gods of their planet, here is Sailor Jupiter with Zeus.

Maybe you gotta collect the statues of all the gods/goddesses relevant to the Senshi, if you haven't done that already. XD

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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They're all here and accounted for. Should make for some neat photo ops to come! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Great work on Sailor Jupiter and I like your Zeus statue. ^_^

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Hey all, sorry for the delay!

Between work and starting a rigorous fitness regimen, I haven't been able to focus on the art stuff as much lately.

That being said I had a few hours to work tonight and Super Sailor Chibi Moon is about 90 percent complete now.

For those of you who said you'd like to see progress pics, here is where she stands.

I am debating on using oil paints on her shoulder pads and ribbon to give that pop effect, similar to what you've seen in my sailor jupiter model, and the idea came from looking at an Eternal Sailor Moon I've had on hold for a bit where I used pink oil paint in her shoulder guards and they looked more like armor than fabric.

Let me know what you think of that idea!


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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:32 pm 
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^ Too bad the shoulder pads aren't transparent. :( You might apply a final transparent coating on them, tho.

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Yeah, would have made for a nice touch. I have a 1/5th model where they are, but that's a summer project to use my airbrush on. :/

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:46 pm 
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You could also make molds of those provided shoulder pad parts, & then inject transparent materials into the molds, but that'd require lots of works.

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Ya, that's a bit above my skill level. :-P

Wish I knew how to though, I need to make adjustments to the chest piece jewel to two of the Starlights.

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Ya, that's a bit above my skill level. :-P

Wish I knew how to though, I need to make adjustments to the chest piece jewel to two of the Starlights.

It might not be that difficult.

They sell these plastic kits at my local hobby lobby. Took a block of wax to create a mold, mix the two together and give it a few days to set. Fairly cheap all-in-all if you want to give it a shot.

Love what you've got so far though. =^_^=

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 Post subject: Re: Valse De La Lune's model kits : Sailor Jupiter
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Thanks! Spent some time getting her lapel done earlier, so aiming for a complete finish this weekend.

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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
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Well, finished her up a few minutes ago.

Had a bit if a problem when some of her hair...spike jewels..broke in half and had to be glued back together than glued into her hair. Admittedly due to how frail they are, the spikes aren't as nice as I would haveiked them to be.

I didn't attach her to a stand because I have two more parts to the project to get done, but for now, you can enjoy seeing this model completed.


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^ I think the figure looks fine w/o a stand, especially that it looks stable w/o it, but you can always buy display stands at hobby shops. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2014 12:20 am 
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Hey all, been a little busy since the last post. Got requested to paint a kit for a friend, so my project was put on hold for a bit. Here's the latest update, this piece is about 75% done.


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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2014 12:29 am 
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^ Nice to see Luna P included in the kit - looking forward to seeing its completion. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
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Yeah...wow, been away from working for far too long.

Finally got to get back to doing what I wanna do today...today was dedicated to basic level work on Luna-P. Also got to out together most of Chibiusa today

This won't take much longer to finish...though I debate on cutting the wire for Luna P's antenna before attaching the bead...any opinions wouldn't hurt.


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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
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^ Looks like she's holding her own head. XD

As for the antenna, it'd be fun if you could find a long, thin spring for it. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
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haha...that would be an interesting spin on it, making it a spring.

I probably would have tried that too, but unfortunately its drilled and set now.

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 Post subject: Re: Valse de la lune's model kits
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Today's update: Finished Luna P! Also worked in Chibi-usa's face flesh tone and some of her eyes, but with unpainted and unfinished hair, I figured I'd show this today instead.


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^ The bead of its antenna seems too big. :confused:

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 19, 2014 11:09 pm 
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I admit it is, couldn't find anything smaller. :/

So should I find something smaller, I made it easy to seperate and replace it.

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I admit it is, couldn't find anything smaller. :/

So should I find something smaller, I made it easy to seperate and replace it.

As a last resort, you may make one from scratch. :)

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Well, here we are at about 97% done. My detail pen ran out of color, so the finishing touches have to wait till I go shopping.


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^ Looks good - only that Luna P's swollen antenna is so eye-catching. XD

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Here's a little peak at what I worked on tonight. I confess, this wasn't my favorite kit to work on to date....the paint wouldn't take as well (hence she's a bit lighter skinned compared to my other works) a piece broke, and the wings were a bit of an issue.

That being said, I am pretty pleased with the end result. I also will say I made her staff really long as I wanted it to match the way Eternal Sailor Moon looked in Hotaru's vision at the beginning of the final season.

More pics will follow once I complete the shattered column display base. I don't know if the 3 Stars and Princess Kyakuu will follow immediately, but they will show up in time.

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^ The photo is a bit dark & I can't see it well. :confused:

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Yeah, sorry about that. Was super tired when making that post, and realized I picked the wrong photo. After I attach her to the base, I'll post another picture.

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