MG Zeta Beam Rifle Finished

Haven’t really touched on this until now and I think I’m just about finished refurbishing it. Will add a few more markings on it and matte coat it to seal the deal.

This is what it looks like originally.

Now.

Past scars won’t disappear for good but at least I’ve reduced its visibility by a bit.

Painted the tip for some contrast.

Removed that ugly peg because not only is it useless right now, it also gets in the way. The e-pac is also painted… but it’s like you can see a clear difference ^^;.

mm… clear red… i like it.

WISP report from my next project later.

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16 thoughts on “MG Zeta Beam Rifle Finished

  1. Wowww Z!!! Looking forward to it finished!! Can you give me some tips on MG Exia Ignition Mode (like what to look out for)as I am buying one for my birthday on 26th February? Please and thank you!!

  2. now your rifle is 3 times… oh no maybe 1,000 times better than the first. As for those pesky nubs, you may sand it down with a lower grit (maybe 400 up to 1000), then wet sand it with 1500 to 2000 and you will see a miracle after topcoating.

  3. wow nice job, clearly shows again that minimum effort gives big results gig :D

    it looks far better now with the added details and stuff :D

  4. I recently did a refurbish of my HG 1/100 Impulse gundam. The joys or hates of refurbishing gunpla is when you see the scars and bad nub marks you will go “why in the world did I do it using this shitty method…”

    The joys of refurbishing is that you know that you are going back to your old kit who is feeling neglected in you display case or box and your wife/girlfriend/family are thinking you are mad when you go all consoling the gunpla, saying you are sorry :P hahaha.

    Anyway, glad to see that I am not the only one doing a refurb once in a while ;)

  5. Z, nice work on your beam rifle! very clean finish. I would like to ask, what type of paint did u use for the clear red? acrylic or enamel? what brand?

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