Moderoid ED-209, Part 2

Brand: Good Smile Company

Tags: ed-209good smile companyrobocop

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So this is the time to finish up the ED-209. I will paint him with Pale Blue Grey from Vallejo, add decals and panel lines and do some light weathering.

Disassembly & nub removal

Taking him apart was a bit tricky, so I needed to be careful not breaking parts.

I then proceeded to remove all nub marks, for this I used three different grit sanding sticks.

Disassembly
Disassembly
Disassembly
Disassembly

Priming

I used black primer for exposed metal parts, and light grey primer for the rest of the model.

Priming black, for metal parts
Priming black, for metal parts
Priming armour
Priming armour
Finished parts
Finished parts
Finished parts
Finished parts

Panel lines, decals and details

Adding panel lines
Adding panel lines
Painting details, like cables on the feet.
Painting details, like cables on the feet.
Dry brushing
Dry brushing
My trusted decal solutions
My trusted decal solutions
Decals taking a bath
Decals taking a bath
Decals applied to model
Decals applied to model
Adding decals to the legs
Adding decals to the legs

Weathering

I did not take pictures of this step. But I used black enamel paint on a cotton swab and carefully dabbed thin layers over the model where needed. When dried I used black and antracite grey mixed with thinner and shaded the armour slightly with my airbrush, to get rid of the flat look (post shading).

Result

Finished model
Finished model

This was a fun build.