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 on: Yesterday at 10:56:14 PM 
Started by thegunny - Last post by thegunny
This is my first "real" world tank in over 30 years. Can't hide stuff ups by adding another bit like you can with sci-fi ;-)

Paints are Gunze, Vallejo & Tamiya with AK,  Vallejo & Tamiya weathering products.















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 on: April 24, 2017, 01:57:30 PM 
Started by Hemish - Last post by fury-s12
some weird database thing it seems, ran some diagnostics and error cleans and it seems to have done the trick

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 on: April 21, 2017, 11:53:14 PM 
Started by Hemish - Last post by thegunny
What's going on here?....I posted this years ago, not yesterday  :o

There was a fault with the forum software.

 4 
 on: April 21, 2017, 07:37:10 PM 
Started by Hemish - Last post by Vital-Blurs
What's going on here?....I posted this years ago, not yesterday  :o

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 on: April 21, 2017, 06:33:31 AM 
Started by tonghoo - Last post by Vamp
I think yours are fantastic...it looks AWESOME.
Somehow, yours remind me of one of http://dc23-mecharts.blogspot.com/2010/05/wing-gundam-zero-custom-battle-damaged.html][DC23 work ]http://dc23-mecharts.blogspot.com/2010/05/wing-gundam-zero-custom-battle-damaged.html

 6 
 on: April 21, 2017, 03:53:41 AM 
Started by PriceRiteMart - Last post by PriceRiteMart
New shipment and restock of Gundams have arrived at PriceRiteMart!

Check out the list below for some of our new additions


      - Bandai 1/100 RE/100 Gundam MK-III G0194862
        http://priceritemart.com.au/bandai-1100-re100-gundam-mk-iii-g0194862.html

      - Bandai 1/100 RE/100 Gundam GP04G Gerbera G0196420
        http://priceritemart.com.au/bandai-1100-re100-gundam-gp04g-gerbera-g0196420.html

      - Bandai 1/100 Gundam 00 Raiser Designers Color Ver G0158753
        http://priceritemart.com.au/bandai-1100-gundam-00-raiser-designers-color-ver-g0158753.html

      - Bandai 1/144 HGCE ZGMF-X56S/a Force Impulse Gundam G0206326
        http://priceritemart.com.au/bandai-1144-hgce-zgmf-x56sa-force-impulse-gundam-g0206326.html

      - Bandai 1/100 GN-001/hs-A01 Gundam Avalanche Exia G0154600
        http://priceritemart.com.au/bandai-1100-gn-001hs-a01-gundam-avalanche-exia-g0154600.html

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 on: April 21, 2017, 03:28:43 AM 
Started by lupes - Last post by Skin_the_Sun
Alright dudes, here is but a sample  :P

@Wavehawk

I think everyone who saw the Kenshin figures was initially put off by the clunky, chunky look. But the upside is the incredible poseability, I only paid about 1200 yen for each, and for that I think they were well worth it. You can do some really cool things with them.

I like the Revoltech F-22 Raptor, there is quite a lot of detail in there, and I like the mostly flat finish. One thing that annoys me a little about Revoltech mechas though, is that they always seem to be only half panel lined, I mean if they're going to panel line, why not just do all of it? But if you have the patience to do further panel lining with say, a Gundam Marker, that would look even cooler I think.

The Age-1 Gundam Head, just for measure, is 8cm from the bottom of the base to the crown of the head. I'm not sure if that would fit with a PG size, I think it's still a little too big, definitely much bigger than an MG. I actually have a few doubles to sell, if you're interested.

 8 
 on: April 21, 2017, 02:17:21 AM 
Started by bigdeano - Last post by bigdeano
Hey guys, I finally got around to taking some pictures of my collection so far. They're not good quality by any stretch of the imagination but they're the best I can do with my phone.

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 on: April 21, 2017, 02:14:08 AM 
Started by potchip - Last post by Greywolf916
Panel lining is simple as ABC.

A: Do not use gundam markers under ANY circumstances. It is a guarantee for sub-standard result.

B: grab yourself a tube or 2 of artist oil, recommended to get black, white and perhaps brown, and the cheapest, that's probably $1.50 that'll last you a life time. Also grab some lighter fluid if you are not a smoker from your local $2 shop - Now you've spent less than it costs to buy a gundam marker

C: thin artist oil with lighter fluid, dip brush in paint, dip brush in panel line - watch paint flow, wipe away excess with any cloth/paper whatever.

Basically the desirable properties of a wash or panel lining liquid are:
- it flows easily
- you can control colour - one of the most common mistake people make when using gundam marker is, it is black, which doesn't go well with all colours. Panel lines should be a darker shade of the primary colour but not necessarily black - grey will work a lot better than black on pure white - black on white looks like broken china.
- it can be wiped and will not damage underlying paint

Gundam markers fail on all of the above.

That is all...

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 on: April 20, 2017, 09:10:43 PM 
Started by Infinity - Last post by dominict
Hi everyone...this sure is one lonely thread eh??

I've made some basic progress on the build since I last posted. The biggest difference is that I've decided to build a thruster cover for the back of the legs.

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