Figure #16: Began as a speed build, but I got sucked in later and it became less speedy.
Figure #15: Just finally getting around to this kit I bought 8 years ago
Figure #14: Huge shift to using water-based acrylics, wet palette, and variety of non-airbrush techniques.
Mecha #16: First MG I ever bought with dreams of building one day (not first MG actually built)
Mecha #15: First RG, frustratingly small parts, but a nice kit in the end.
Figure #13: Focusing on brush painting for the first time in years.
Mecha #14: A focus on weathering for first time in years, trying techniques and paints I hadn't used before.
Figure #12: Focusing more on Gaia notes skin tones, hoping for more contrast for shadows/highlights.
Figure #11: first super glue, first GK-M kit, first gaia notes flesh colors
Figure #10: Simple build with time tracking
Figure #9: focused on clean paint job, pearl white plug suit
Figure #8: First non gunpla, plastic snap build
Mecha #13: A focus on inner frame detailing
Figure #7: Just another build, practicing skin tones
Mecha #12: Haven't built one of these in years. First MG build, shooting for shiny candy coat.
Figure #8: Building and painting models takes a lot more time than I remember when life gets in the way
Figure #4. Mostly a quick simple build to try and break back into modeling more.
Figure #3. Special for any of you Chive lovers out there. TheChive.com inspired paint job, little more focus on skin tone (somewhat failed...