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12/01(木)

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Hannya 「般若」FULL WIP COVERAGE
Hi ya guys, it had been some time since GBWC Singapore comes to an ending.
Quite a sad thing for me since I didn't maintain my position this year!

Never mind, I will make a comeback 2 years after my National Service!

I finally have some time to do up my WIP...

Here are the previous 2 links to my previous WIP.
PART 1
PART 2

As mentioned earlier, I will be showcasing all my hand drawn design sketch of Hannya.

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the original idea, using a bow (天照 Amaterasu) & some insane mods

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head development from 1st version (bottom left corner) to final version (bottom right). Center drawings are the different view of the head.

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torso

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the hand. my biggest influence came from Linebarrel (refer to WIP PART 1 )

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design of the arm

I didn't draw the legs since there isn't much mods done to it as well...

Now is some mods done that is not in PART 1 and 2 of the WIP log...

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shoulder armour

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extended feet

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the fingers that I wanted! but not completed when I shot this photo

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tragic accident when Hannya took it's first flight off the table :(

The Katana
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the length measured with bandai's original Astray katana

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shaping the tip (kissaki 切っ先)

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the hand guard (tsuba 鍔)

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the completed blade... crazy amount of sanding!

I started off with a 3mm acrylic... and ended my sanding at 2.22mm @_ @



Here are some useful skills I picked up this time round~

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using a piece of rough paper, I sticked duct tape on it.
Then I layered some masking tape over for printing.

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This method is useful when comes to highly difficult parts that you want to cut out from pla plate.
For my case, the tomoe (refer to PART 2) is one tough piece to cut out.

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Here's a size-ratio comparison...

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This method is also useful for decal placement testing...

It gives you a more exact sense of how your decal will turn out.
Relying too much on 3D software or Photoshop isn't going to help much in visualisation.
Unless you are like Takuya, the maker of YAMS-130B GREIFER, too much time to spend, then you do 3D visualisation (I swear this 3D model took him one damn long time, I'm a 3D artist too).

Up next... the diorama...

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I started off with a simple wood setup. Base from Art friend while woods from Diaso

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Then I cover with foam. For this time, I used High Density Foam.
This stuff ain't cheap, but I have tons of leftover from school project last time :D

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Good thing about HDF is that, the pinning is strong and doesn't melt upon superglue.
All the pinning you see here are done with... toothpick and satay sticks 'ロ '
Just apply some white glue all over to reinforce the strength and hold.

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Next, when all the glue is dry. Apply cheap and domestic wall putty.
You no need high end material to get the effect.
It is just a matter of shaping and sanding afterwards when the putty is cured to get the shape.

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Of course when you do rocks like this, there are bound to have tons of empty holes all over.
So if you have Hydrocal, use it to fill up the gaps.
Remember to add a minor amount of white glue to increase the hold of the hydrocal together.

Just bear in mind, while making rock diorama... NATURE IS RANDOM
There is no fixed answer to what you get in the outcome. The more random, the better.

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attaining this texture is the first step to get a nice rocky diorama

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now is the painting. I used acrylic paint for this diorama.
Using acrylic paint is a good choice since you can do blending of colours with water.
Unlike airbrush, it is easier to control the blending.
Also, it is more natural when you blend with water.

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Then when all the blending and painting is done...

You apply an oil wash. For my dio, I used Daler Rowney Oil paints to do the job.
I used Raw Umber for the dark wash and interior shadings and Titanium white for all the white spots you see on my dio.

And when all these paintings are done... time to populate the whole diorama!

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Cheap brushes and sponges are used to make vegetation.
With vegetation, the whole diorama will look more convincing.


Ahh... long post indeed....

To end it... I would share some photos of the primed HANNYA.
I always got attracted to the grey shades of a gundam.
Everything just seem so... beautiful.
Alright, here we go~

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THANKS FOR VIEWING!

Jun Wei12/01 07:27

awesome! Super duper like the part where you added the vegetation! Very convincing when these little details are being put into play.

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利鳴12/09 06:08

hey thanks bro! I will work harder in coming out with more outstanding works!

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