Before I got my hands on the plastic model itself, I spent countless hours just watching YouTube videos on how to spray models and to educate myself on the Dos and Don’ts of scale modelling. Trust me this is something you would want to do because if you ever try doing something without knowing anything about it, there will be no happy ending (most of the time). So I would suggest watching JH Hobby’s videos on YouTube as he covers everything about scale modelling in depth.Once I got the model in hand I installed all the body parts that were supposed to have the same body color. For this particular build, I wanted to do something simple so I decided to go with a Tivoli blue color for all the body parts. Hence, I installed the front and rear bumpers, side skirts and the wing. However, before gluing the parts I sanded the parts with a 600 grit sandpaper to make sure everything was fitting well. If you are building the Tamiya Evo VI like me, know that the rear bumper needs a bit of sanding in order to get the perfect fit. I also used a blade to deepen the panel lines to add to the realism segment of the build.