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I've been modelling for some years now and I don't seem to be getting much better at it. I notice a lot of modellers assemble the whole model with all the small parts and accessories and only after total assembly do they start painting. It surely looks like it would make the job a lot easier but how do they do it? Especially when many of the small parts have to be painted in different colours. I really don't seem to understand how this can be done. I usually paint the parts that are supposed to be in different colours before assembling the various sections together. I noticed some people even paint the interior of open vehicles after assembly. Will some kind soul please explain to me how this is done? I notice that some models that are painted after assembly have all the nooks and crannies and little parts in different coulurs as though they were individually painted prior to the total assembly. Will someone please demystify this puzzle for me?
Thanks and regards,