Author Topic: MG GUNCANNON and PGM DIO  (Read 3717 times)

December 14, 2006, 11:02:29 PM
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nath_1977

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Hi guys!its kinda late to post my kit which i enter in bakuc philippines. Its an MG Guncannon and Powered gm diorama, articulations and details were inspired by some well knowned modellers in the net which boost my inspiration to build this one,(which made it controversial..hehehe..jk) i hope you like it, made the whole diorama in 2 months time after our local seed contest.

here are some shots i took, well..minus the watch tower:









here are some individual shots i took:





pls. click here to view the floor lighting gimik

http://s48.photobucket.com/albums/f201/nath_1977/KIT%20IN%20PROGRESS/?action=view&current=CIMG3916.flv

there you go!sorry for some blurry pics and hopefully didnt broke any rules in image posting,
if yes kindly let me know.salamat!

peace.

December 14, 2006, 11:18:13 PM
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thegreatsze

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I saw this elsewhere first, but damn it looks amazing -every single time-.

I tried very hard to come up with some "constructive criticism", but failed. This is just awesome. I don't even have "unconstructive criticism". :D

December 15, 2006, 12:54:38 AM
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Yea, I saw this somewhere else too, and like thegreatsze I dont have any criticism! oO

Although I am kinda curious as to why the GM is hovering in the middle of a hanger!  :lol:

other then that observation I think this is great! ^_^

December 15, 2006, 02:51:52 AM
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It's not hovering - it's got a pole stuck in it's crotch ;)

I really like these guys - the paint job on the Gun Cannon is very subtle with the different shades of red, but very nice.  And the mods all look great.  Good job!

December 15, 2006, 05:35:50 AM
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Great job.. it looks very alive  :)

December 15, 2006, 06:38:07 AM
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Quote from: "fulcy"
It's not hovering - it's got a pole stuck in it's crotch ;)

I really like these guys - the paint job on the Gun Cannon is very subtle with the different shades of red, but very nice.  And the mods all look great.  Good job!

perhaps it is a zero "G" enviroment?
The dude abides!

December 15, 2006, 07:01:22 AM
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Quote from: "BM2"
Quote from: "fulcy"
It's not hovering - it's got a pole stuck in it's crotch ;)

I really like these guys - the paint job on the Gun Cannon is very subtle with the different shades of red, but very nice.  And the mods all look great.  Good job!

perhaps it is a zero "G" enviroment?


Yup, making an Anti Gravity generator isnt too hard, just requires some styrene, magic sculpt, and some radioactive materials...

...heh, anyways, great build!, i saw this when all the BAKUC pictures were posted, and absolutely loved it. Ive always liked the Guncannons, and the conversion just makes it look amazing. Awesome work!!

December 15, 2006, 09:27:21 AM
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I too have seen it before, but there wasn't as much detail in the pics. Great stuff

Quote from: "BM2"
Quote from: "fulcy"
It's not hovering - it's got a pole stuck in it's crotch ;)

I really like these guys - the paint job on the Gun Cannon is very subtle with the different shades of red, but very nice.  And the mods all look great.  Good job!

perhaps it is a zero "G" enviroment?


Everyone knows you can deify gravity with a pole stuck in your crotch :P

December 15, 2006, 09:34:32 AM
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Great Job, I like the ground level view photos that you took, they really capture the look and feel of the MSs in the Diorama. 8)

Was this diorama submitted for competition?

I thought I saw it in a model competition photo-gallery some where else  before...
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December 15, 2006, 05:02:30 PM
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Just have to add my congratulations on an awesome diorama. Superb building and painting and a great pose on the guncannon. Nothing to criticize. It's beautiful!
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December 17, 2006, 05:35:59 PM
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@ the greatsze
- thank you bro!its a superb rush job after one contest to another so there are some minor flaws on it, and besides materials use on it can easily be found..hehehe..thanx!

@ chopper dave
- thank you sir!  yep the PGM is kinda akward for a moment in terms of posing due to space limit. i under estimate the mechs dimension when i rushed the diorama, i didnt achieved its posing..well..i reposed it probably to give justice!hehehe..thanx!

@ fulcy
- thank you very much sir.

@ braxat 2000
- thanks sir. me too was kinda impressed when i saw the images took at night scene.

@ oliphont
- thaks sir!yep!i admire the guncannon alot and its my first time to modify it from head to foot., kinda impress on its bulkiness and massive appearance.thanx!

@ mrmaigo
- hahahaha!!yes, its possible to defy gravity with a pole!..thank you sir

@ clee-cm
- thank you sir!me too personally liked the worms eyeview images..gives me the feeling of mechas come to alive!heheheheand yes sir, it was my BAKUC entry and will be representing philippines this 2006 in hk.thanks!

@ funaka
- thank you sir, very much appreciated


thank you guys on your great comments!i really appreciate it!..i like to say thanks to my friend erix here and fictenfoo for their works really inspired me and the challenge that boost my eagerness to learn more in terms of gunpla, and all modellers here which contributes!all hail and praises to you guys!mabuhay!

salamat.


peace.

December 17, 2006, 06:19:52 PM
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Damn...  that's just... gorgeous. O_O

December 18, 2006, 08:56:31 AM
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Wow!!  :shock: Love the details!!!  Wish I could build a dio llike that.....although I've never built a dio before  :P

December 18, 2006, 11:19:30 AM
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Amazing work!  :D I like the diorama scene setting and just everything about it. I just wondered are the ceiling lights, LEDs or bulbs? Once again, excellent!

December 18, 2006, 07:06:19 PM
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This is a fantastic looking piece. Reminds me a little of Erix "Last Gate" but still quite different enough to be great. I love how confined the space looks... as if it really were on a ship. Great work!

December 21, 2006, 11:52:32 PM
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wow!been very busy lately at work..sorry for replying late.

@ glaug
- thank you sir and you appreciate my work!cheers!

@ thor 777
- thank you sir!hey you can also do that but of course we have to go into simple and basic building of a structure, just try it sir!

@ zaft
- thank you sir for appreciating my work!i used super white LED's on the ceiling to give the area brighter effect as for the running floor lights, its just small diameter red lights, basic wiring and battery connection..hehhe..

@fictenfoo
- thank you sir!i dont deny it that erix work is one of my basis and inspiration in my diorama, same as your cloud nine too. its a bit rush job because time constraints with gunpla and work. the guncannon has been modified/built early january after bakac 2005 making it my pet kit.hehehehe..cheers!

thank you every body for contributing!mabuhay!


peace.

December 22, 2006, 09:58:46 AM
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Very awesome.  I have nothing bad to say about this.  Love it.

December 23, 2006, 03:46:33 AM
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oh my...this kit is very realistic. a real Gun Cannon wouldnt pose like that in a service bay unless of course, there was an intruder hehe.  I'm digging all the details and the colors. Awesome work, one of a kind.
h....I dont know what I'm doing