After around two months of work, here finally is my completed Bandai 1/144 scale Millennium Falcon. This build involved a lot of firsts for me: airbrushing , applying decals on bumpy surfaces , gunk-washing a kit , hand-painting pilot figures , installing custom LEDs , scratch-building a base , and even making my own light box for the purpose of this shoot. So without further ado, here are some photos of my completed model.
Where to begin? It's been a few years since I'd last blogged, let alone written anything in paragraphs. I'm honestly having trouble stringing words together for this first post. But I guess the writing process itself will be one of my objectives here, which reminds me that some context and my objectives for this blog are probably what I should've written about in the first place. So onto some background: I'm Nix. I like giant robots. And I also like scale models of giant robots. And with the territory comes liking other plastic models (plamo). Hence the name of the blog. I've been straight-building kits for a few years now, only adding a few enhancements like panel lining and decals. But the recent quarantine has given me time and motivation to learn painting, modding, and scratch-building, the progress of which I've been sharing to my friends on our group chat. Constantly. So yes, I also started this blog so that I can spam them less often. Hopefully. Lastl