In the past, i had nvr done this: assemble the whole thing after priming. This is mainly due to the way i construct my kit; too many small little parts that relies on glue during the final assembly process. Hence, a "temporary" assembly is a painful job for me.
Besides, due to my sweaty palm, and oily too, i usually refrain myself of touching the primed parts (The final stage, after initial rounds of error checking).
So, this is a very new experience for me, to connect parts together after primer; and well, i must say that the result is definitely mesmerizing, aside from the pain during assembling it.
Yeah, grey tone does immediately enhance the physical appearance of the kit. nice shadow to highlight all the detailings, and yet, leave rooms for imagination of colors. Probably the only drawback is the final colored one will not live up to the expectation after seeing the primed edition. Hohohohoho, but dont care, i am having fun here!
And probably i think this will not be the last kit i will be doing that: just need to adapt to this new process in work.
So here are the photos, of my 6th wip, which is not much of a wip....
Now this is part of the painful parts.... all the loose parts that i didnt put in.......