- Nov 9, 2011
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The initial post does state September through December which is only four months.
not sure what kind you want, but your local hobby store should carry some hg 1/100 kits which are cheaper than master grade 1/100'sQuaralane said:I still have to find one of these I want to build
rookie said:Hmmmm, I'm eyeing off my sons stash, he has a 2 new kits sent from grandparents in Japan.
1/144 GNW-002 Throne Zwei ( whatever that all means ) &
1/100 RX-93 Matster Grade
I have been reading this thread, curiosity got the better of me so opened up the boxes to check them out. The Master grade kit is realy cool, has die cast parts and mesh tubing !
I've helped my son snap a few of these together in the past and have never thought of them as anything more than toys. Cant say I've ever seen a Gundam episode but I recogise the potential to make something realy cool for my son and try something different.
I'm thinking I might start on the smaller GNW-002 for this build. I think it would look realy cool in an olvie drab/camo scheme...... Or would it be easier to tackle the larger scale RX-93 ?
Any suggestions appreciated
Enter as many as you want. The only rule is that is must be a Gundam, and at the end it is a Gundam.greyphantom1000 said:hey john would it be cool if i enterd a second model? i have it snapped together but i want to customize it to add additional weapons and armor and that sort of stuff + custom paint
"Alligator clip" method??????sunsanvil said:what he said. In many ways its easier to do an MG because parts are broken down by color even more than the HGs. If you've never done the "alligator clip" method of modeling before, you are in for a treat.