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Friday, December 28, 2012

[Gallery] RG Z Gundam MS mode


Here's some pic of the RG Z Gundam that I've just finished.
Due to the fact that RG Z cannot move the shoulder forward (limited thanks to the transformation mechanism) and that I've been watching Lighting Ace's blog that features many awesome aerial poses for gunplas, I tried using more aerial poses here myself.

Also, do you prefer the small thumbnail gallery look in this post or the usual large thumbnails (like in this post)?
Please post in the comments.

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14 comments:

  1. no wave rider crash ??? :p

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  2. Wow, genuinely impressed. Getting this model should be a good end to my re-watching of Zeta.

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    1. Be warned that this is a pretty (uniquely) challenging kit to build and transform.

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  3. the thumbnails are fine. they take less time to load, and if we see something we like, we can always open it individually in another tab. lookin' good there by the way. :D

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  4. I would say use thumbnails if you're going for a gallery look.
    And Happy New Year!

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    1. I see, thumbnail it is.

      Happy New Year too! :D

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  5. Nice poses for the Zeta! That's something worth learning from I'd say!

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    1. Thanks! :D
      If you haven't seen it yet, visit http://lightning-ace.blogspot.com/, his gunpla poses is really awe-inspiring!

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  6. greetings, I also have a gundam zeta, and uses the sakura fine point for linings, question? have you tried erasing the markers? because sometimes they are out of line...

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    1. I used a cheaper but more time consuming technique to get matte colors on my kit without painting, which is by sanding every single area on every single part of the kit (except most parts that won't be visible from the outside). I also used that technique to clean spilled panel lines, both black and silver.

      On a more conventional method, you could use cotton buds or erasers to remove spilled panel lines.

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    2. Thanks, but I have ask others and they suggested to use acetone, any kind of nail polish remover, the one with the moisturizer so that it won't damage the color of the model kit, its cheap, I'm in the Philippines and you can buy it anywhere(cheap store). And it works fine removing those spills even if they dried for about 3 to 5 days.

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    3. Ah yes, I have heard that it works too. Nail polis remover, as far as I know, is pretty hard to find here in Indonesia, so I never tried it before. The methods I told you are the only ones that I had tried before.

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