A special type of paint marker that utilizes capillary action to apply color to panel lines and other thin spaces to imitate the shadows of metal plates, grime, and dirt. Can be wiped away/cleaned up on bare plastic using a rubber eraser.
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GM301-GM303 Pour Type Gundam Marker (3 Colors)
Very good quality markers, good for filling panel lines. The brown one needs a second coat, else it looks an odd pink color. The only problem is that these markers are very potent, and can crack thin plastic. I don't have any photos, but on the core splendor of the RG Force Impulse, you can see a couple hairline cracks along the wing, which is accentuated by the panel liner. This is barely an issue if you don't screw up, the normal blue Gundam markers won't do this, so don't worry. It's also harder to rub out of the plastic next to the panel lines compared to the non-pour markers, and it permanently stains ABS plastic.
I find intend to use the gray as a secondary panel liner so on parts that have many lines the main panels of the piece will still be done with black but the gray keeps it from getting overly busy looking. I also like using it on lighter colored body pieces like the hg 00 raiser which is in a lighter faded blue or MG kyrios which has the bright orange so using it to fill in the outer design elements of the torso and head but still use black for a strong focal points. I like the pour type marker better than panel liner gray or dark gray and it keeps is color fastness better than the gm02 fine liner which until you topcoat to seal it is easy to rub away. Highly recommend.
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