If you want to finish with inking without lighting, basically just stick it on the plastic parts. Some of the windows were not originally opened, so the question is whether or not to make the openings in consideration of the lighting. Strictly speaking, the margin of error for the window etching frame is unacceptable, but it’s impossible, so I decided to open it a little smaller.
This is what it looks like if you install the etching while still in the kit. This is because light from the back does not pass through.
It is one of the difficult points in the etching of the rainbow model. It is a structure that inserts between the white and tan parts, and cuts a part of it. When I made it before, I didn’t have time, so I decided to just paste the etching of the window without cutting it, but this time I cut it.
Opening work completed. Next time, we will move on to gluing.