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Saber Lily 1 by ogamitaicho Saber Lily 1 by ogamitaicho
Name of the kit : Saber Lily (セイバー・リリィ)
Scale : 1/4
Origin : Fate/Unlimited Codes (フェイト/アンリミテッドコード)
Sculptor : Chorosuke (ちょろすけ)
Maker : Volks (ボークス)
Part number : 60
Size : 43 cm (with base)
Weight : 2 kg (with base)

Hi everyone ^_^ !

Here is my latest kit ! :cheers:

She is mainly painted with airbrush and handbrush for the details.
The preparation work took me a while because I longly worked on the armor parts that had to be very smooth to able to get a shiny render.
I even polished the parts before painting. I could use too some metallic powder like Kosutte Gin-San (that is out of stock on HLJ) for the armor.
I was not fan of the original base so I decided to work on another ! ;)

This kit was pretty long and hard to complete but it was a real pleasure to work on.

Feel free to comment ! :w00t:
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ogamitaicho Feb 24, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Merci ! \\(^_^)//
VitorValeri Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Verry beautiful! I have one too but I bought pre-painted by E2046.
ogamitaicho Jun 10, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks ! Yep this figure is great ! :D
I prefere painting my figure by myself so I can do what I want (Base, colors, etc...) ;p
VitorValeri Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I need to try to train paint garage kits. I do not have much experience with it yet ...
ogamitaicho Jun 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yep, you should, I wish that you will be able to do this hobby because it's so much fun. If you have some questions or advice, feel free to ask. ^_^
By the way, I'm a admin on a GK specialized forum => [link]
You may find many tips and modeling people there.
Feel free to register, anyone is welcome (just follow the registration steps)
acidraw May 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I love how the kit looks man. The mgm hobby super magic powder really makes the metal parts shine. I saw in your WIP that you did not use a glossy black base coat before applying the silver, did you just not need a base coat since you polished the parts with your dremel?
ogamitaicho May 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks to you for the :+fav: ! :D
I didn't used a glossy black because this powder is not really "opaque". I made a test first and I found that the chrome effect was nice but too dark...

So I primed the parts in grey, I polished it with my Dremel, then I sprayed 2 thin layers of Pébéo Iridescent silver (351) + I preshaded with a mix of silver + black. After that I spayed 3 coats of Klir to have a very smooth and glossy surface (the most important for the chrome effect). And I finished with the powder by polishing with a piece of fabric... :D
acidraw May 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
That's good to know man, will save me some paint and time not having to paint a glossy base :D
ogamitaicho May 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
U're welcome bro ! :iconsecrethandshakeplz2:
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