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Model Gallery / Re: 1/60 NeoGrade Sazabi
« on: September 02, 2013, 06:50:23 AM »
Thanks guys.  I think it's my best work yet.  Very few F*** ups on this one.   :razz:

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Model Gallery / 1/60 NeoGrade Sazabi
« on: August 25, 2013, 06:21:59 AM »
Well what started as a a Sunday break ended up into a 4 month marathon build of this awesome kit. It went together very smoothly with only 2 very small hiccups with some paint lifting. Other than that it went off with out a hitch.

Stats:
1/60 NeoGrade Sazabi (original cast)
18" tall
8 lbs
roughly 365 parts
12 cans of Krylon Primer
5 bottles of Mr. Color GX Astray Red
3 bottle of Mr. Color GX White
5 bottles of Mr. Color Black Grey
2 bottles of Mr. Color GX Black
3 bottle of Alclad Steel
2 bottles of Alclad Matte top coat
and several other assorted colors
India Ink pens for panel lines (my new favorite technique)
Prep and pinning 5 weeks
Painting 7 weeks
Dry Transfers 20 hours
Panel Lines 10 hours
Photography 3 hours
Approximately 275 hours of work













































All the pics are here: http://jalbum.net/a/1400303

Thanks for looking!



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Model Gallery / SD Nightengail
« on: March 28, 2013, 04:01:05 PM »
This was a fairly quick build only taking about 5 days.  It was a very good kit for being a non-Bandai kit.  Just a few seems to fix and the rest was very straight forward.  Colors are Mr. Color GX Red, Mr. Color GX White, Mr. Color GX Black, Alclad Clear Smoke, Alclad Chrome, Alclad Hot Metal Violet, Alclad Clear Yellow and Testors Dull Cote.  Model and metal parts were purchased from Hqo Parts on Ebay.
























All the pics: http://mvm3897.jalbum.net/SD%20Nightengail%20Modeled%20by%20mvm3897/

Thanks for looking!

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Capitalism Corner* / Re: Huge Resin Sale
« on: March 22, 2013, 04:18:18 PM »
Sold the big boys and 2 others.  Taking offers.

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Model Gallery / Re: PG Astray Blue Frame
« on: March 11, 2013, 05:44:37 PM »
Thans Jiloo

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Model Gallery / Re: SD Guyver (WIP and Final all together)
« on: March 11, 2013, 05:43:51 PM »
Thanks guys.  It was a great little kit.

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Looks great man.  Just might have to pick one up.  I was just wondering if there would be a way to create an effect of dust and dirt being spit from the back of the tires?

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Capitalism Corner* / Huge Resin Sale
« on: March 07, 2013, 08:54:17 AM »
OK I have some kits for sale.  Need some cash ASAP so heres what I have:
1/48 G-System Nu ($550),  Frame has been test fitted and the box has some where and tear. Very large and heavy box

1/72 G-System Sazabi ($500) NIB

1/72 G-System Hyper Z Conversion with PG kit ($450) about 75% test fitted.  Very good cast.

1/72 G-System MSA-007 "Nero" ($360) NIB

1/72 G-System MSF-007 Mk.III ($300) has been primed and some minor painting.  It will need to be stripped and started over.

1/72 G-System MSZ-010 Z Z Version KA. ($300) just opened bags to look at parts SOLD

1/72 G-System  V2 Gundam Buster + Long Assault Mode ($200) NIB

1/100 G-System FA-78-1 Full Armor Gundam Sentinel Version ($175) about 60% pinned.  Such an awesome little kit SOLD

1/100 G-System MSA-0011[Ext] "Ex-S" Gundam MG Plastic Kit (not the multi colored one) ($350) Started to test fit.  If you want the MG to go with it add ($95)

1/100 G-System Super Gundam Version Ka. ( RX-178 Mk.2 + G-Defenser ) ($175) NIB

Shipping INCLUDED in the lower 50 states.

Also if anyone is interested in purchasing my FINISHED 1/35 RX-78 Ver Ka or my FINISHED 1/35 GP03 let me know.  The GP03 was just recently finished by Matt Tomczeck and the RX-78 was finished about 4 years ago.  The GP03 is in great shape and the RX-78 does have some hangar rash but still looks great.  Let me know and we can talk prices.  The GP03 wont be cheap as the kit coat me $1200 plus what I paid Matt but you will get a huge discount over what I paid.  The RX-78 will be quite a bit cheaper just because the kit was only like $500 and then what I paid Matt.  You could even strip it and do it yourself if you wanted to. SOLD

If you are looking for any other resins, let me know I might have them.  I will probably add more once I go through my collection.  I have tons of SMS kits.

Thanks guys, I appreciate any help you can provide.  We are in a pretty bad $$$$ crunch right now and family comes way before GUNPLA.

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Model Gallery / Re: PG Astray Blue Frame
« on: February 27, 2013, 07:52:45 PM »
Well I started to do blue and white.  I tried taking the fingers apart but once you do that they don't stay together so I opted for just blue.

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Model Gallery / Re: 1/100 SMS Kshatriya
« on: February 27, 2013, 04:30:08 PM »
Man this looks great.  Love the colors, reminds me of another Kyshatriya.  :sarcasm:  I can't believe you did it in 3 weekends.  Fantastic.

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Model Gallery / Re: G-System 1/35 RX-78 Gp03s
« on: February 27, 2013, 04:27:56 PM »
It looks great in my collection.  I was very excited to get it back.

Thanks Matt.

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Model Gallery / Re: Derek Stenning's Dystopic
« on: February 27, 2013, 04:27:09 PM »
A very strange subject and I was curious to see one done.  This looks just awesome.  Very nice work.

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Model Gallery / Re: 1/100 GM Type C Custom
« on: February 27, 2013, 04:21:42 PM »
Really like this one man.  Your mods fit very well without being to busy.  Great pose also.

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O got to get one of these.  Just a heads up Mike, I will be ripping your build off.  :razz:

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Model Gallery / SD Guyver (WIP and Final all together)
« on: February 26, 2013, 08:07:14 PM »
Spent about 3 days on this guy.

Step #1: Clean and Test Fit




Step #2: 1st round of Primer ( I used Mr. Resin Primer)




Step #3: Sand out any imperfections and re-apply primer (this kit was almost perfect)



Step #4: Gloss Black



Step #4: Highlights with Plamocolor Pure White




Step #5: Mix up custom Color and apply 2 coats:



Step #6:  Add 20% white to the custom color, re-assemble the kit and spray from the top down to create more highlights and false shadows:


Step #7:  3 Wet coats of Mr. Super Clear (no pics)
Step #8:  Panel Lines with enamel flat black (no pics)
Step #9:   Mix custom secondary color with enamel paints and lightly spray on all the organic bits just enough to cover but not kill the panel lines.  Then wipe away the exess for a reverse wash. (Sorry no pics)

Step #10:  Fix the broken head because I am an idiot and knocked the kit over:
Some Tamyia light curing putty, sanding and sculpting, primer then paint and good as new.





Step #11: Final flat coat  and Final Pics( I use Testors Dullcote)














And youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQMBRY3INlc

Thanks for looking.

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Model In-Progress / Re: 1/48 GSB/G-System Hyper Z Duel Build
« on: January 27, 2013, 05:44:23 PM »
Well I got a lot done today.  I was able to get the main frame pieces of the leg pinned and epoxied.  I decided to go ahead and get these all epoxied now since they will be the sam color and it will avoid epoxy oozing all over my nice paint job.  I used 1/4 thread rod going through the intire leg.  Man is it sold.  The threads just give the epxoy something more to grip on and with it going all the way from the top of the foot to just under the hip joint, these legs will be extremely solid.  I did the intial sanding and cleaning as well, this is where the quality is not as good as the original.  It will take a lot of sanding and primer to get everythiing smooth.  It took about 6 hours to get the other foot pinned as well as the legs.  I even dry fitted the crotch just to see how big this is going to be.

The 3 main parts. These will bare all the weigh of the kit so I used the 1/4" threaded rod at the top. Below that is 3/32 steel rod and then 1/4" steel rod.


I kind of combineded the 2 leg steps so I good epoxy things.


Both feet all pinned.


Started with a 1/16" hole.


Next was a 3/32" hole.


Finally a 1/4" hole.


The threaded rod goes though the entire leg. This was not the easiest hole to drill. I had to take great care to make sure all the parts were lined up correctly before drilling.


2 pieces dry fitted.


Parts for the hip joint. Vey easy, just 3 screws and it's very sturdy.










Pepsi can for size comparison.


Everything epoxied and clamped for the next 24 hours.


That's it for now.  Thanks for looking.

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Model In-Progress / Re: 1/48 GSB/G-System Hyper Z Duel Build
« on: January 26, 2013, 02:42:12 PM »
OK I got started on the 1st of the 2 Hyper Z's.  So far I have the right foot, shilled and gun sanded and pinned.  These parts were pretty simple to get together.  The foot design is very interesting and will require some strong epoxy to keep together.  The shield was the easiest with only 5 parts.  So far so good on the fit.  Next I will get the left foot pinned and may even get these parts primed and painted before doing the same for the other kit.

Picture time:














Stay tuned for more.

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Model In-Progress / Re: G-System 1/35 RX78 Gp03s - commission
« on: January 25, 2013, 04:38:35 PM »
Epic smiley response   :twitch: :twitch: :twitch: :yeah: :yeah: :owned: :owned: :number1 :number1 :drool: :drool:

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Model In-Progress / Re: 1/48 GSB/G-System Hyper Z Duel Build
« on: January 20, 2013, 12:44:49 PM »
Yeah there will be photos too.  Just like my Xeku WIP it will be a combo.  Sometimes videos and sometimes pics.

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Model In-Progress / 1/48 GSB/G-System Hyper Z Duel Build
« on: January 19, 2013, 05:55:55 PM »
Here is the intro video to my biggest undertaking yet.

http://youtu.be/AUhF9PvbI3A

Link to G-System Shop and picks of the finished kit: http://www.g-system-shop.com/product_info.php?scale_id=10&products_id=37

I'll start cleaning these guys up soon.  I will also be doing some more tutorials and "How To's"  with these.

Stay tuned for more.

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