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Old 2013-06-17, 05:56   Link #1001
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Has anyone tried displaying 1/144 scale tanks next to 1/144 or non scale TSFs? 1/100 tanks are non existent, so I might have to settle for 1/144 tanks to go with my non-scale ones.

I also heard that 1/72 might be too big.
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Old 2013-06-17, 07:14   Link #1002
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1/100 tanks are non existent
http://www.hlj.com/product/ZVE7400/Mil
http://www.hlj.com/product/ZVE7401/Mil
http://www.hlj.com/product/ZVE7405/Mil
http://www.hlj.com/product/ZVE7406/Mil
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Old 2013-06-18, 02:46   Link #1003
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I was thinking of tanks that appear in alternative, such as the type 90 and T-80.
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Old 2013-06-18, 03:22   Link #1004
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1/144 tanks are too small for non-scale TSFs. And yes, 1/72s are too big. By the way, the real scale of "non-scale" TSF kits is about 1/110.
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Old 2013-06-20, 04:38   Link #1005
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Pics of my 1/144 Yui Takemi (Still needs cleaning up) compared with a 1/144 Nemo:
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Old 2013-06-20, 04:54   Link #1006
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I lol'd. What is she saying?
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Old 2013-06-20, 05:37   Link #1007
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Old 2013-06-20, 05:46   Link #1008
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When's the preorder bonus for Alt. Chronicles 04 confirmed I wonder?
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Old 2013-06-20, 06:58   Link #1009
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When's the preorder bonus for Alt. Chronicles 04 confirmed I wonder?
Who knows. Check this page from time to time.
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Old 2013-06-20, 07:09   Link #1010
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Who knows. Check this page from time to time.
Yeah I do check that page once in a while. I can only cross my fingers and hope they give a figma away or something.
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Old 2013-06-22, 02:45   Link #1011
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Latest HJ reports that Kotobukiya's non scale Wilfred's Black Typhoon will come with the BWS-3 Fortslayer sword. I bet they'll have a TSFiA article on it.
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Old 2013-07-05, 18:26   Link #1012
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I'm thinking in getting some of Total Eclipse mecha and a Cryska figure. Any good that you would like to recommend, please?
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Old 2013-07-05, 18:55   Link #1013
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I'm thinking in getting some of Total Eclipse mecha and a Cryska figure. Any good that you would like to recommend, please?
Pilot suit Cryska is the best Cryska.

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And mech... What about non-scale Su-37UB Terminator? It's a newest model kit from this product line.

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Old 2013-07-06, 18:47   Link #1014
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Awesome! I was thinking the same Cryska, now you just confirmed it. The mecha looks awesome, and nice price too. It seems like I'll not spend all my cash with that so if you can, recommend me one more mech? Any good Shiranui version?
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Old 2013-07-06, 19:29   Link #1015
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Hmm, I would say the non-scale Yuuya Shiranui Second Deluxe
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Or maybe the non-scale UN Type-94 Storm Vanguard Shiranui
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Old 2013-07-06, 19:37   Link #1016
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The mecha looks awesome, and nice price too. It seems like I'll not spend all my cash with that so if you can, recommend me one more mech? Any good Shiranui version?
Be aware that Kotobukiya TSFs (like any other model kits) are unassembled and unpainted. You'll get something like this out of the box (w/o painting, but with waterslide decals for camo):

http://masterfileblog.jp/review/2013/06/05/3998.html

If you intrested in TE' Shiranuis, then you have three options:

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If you can into painting, then get UN or Japanese Army Shiranui (the second is better choice) and make you own Type-94-1C:

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The last but not least - Yui's Takemikazuchi:

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Old 2013-07-07, 03:38   Link #1017
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Just a slight heads-up to all: The 1/144 Strike Eagle's hands can't seem hold the PB Blade. Hand gap is too small to fit the handle. It can hold the Type-87 Assault Cannon that the 1/144 Takemi/Shiranui have, but no joy with the 1/144 Type-74 PB Blade. This is going to put a bit of a dent for people modding a 1/144 Strike Eagle into a Kagerou or Gekkou.
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Old 2013-07-07, 03:43   Link #1018
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Be aware that Kotobukiya TSFs (like any other model kits) are unassembled and unpainted. You'll get something like this out of the box (w/o painting, but with waterslide decals for camo):

The last but not least - Yui's Takemikazuchi:

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Is that the scale version ?
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Old 2013-07-07, 03:48   Link #1019
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That's the nonscale Takemi. The 1/144 Takemi's elbow joints are smoother and slimmer.

...which reminds me, I've gotta find time to finish my 1/144 Takemi. Yui's looks pretty sad without all the proper detailing and clean-up.
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Old 2013-07-07, 05:38   Link #1020
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Is that the scale version ?
Certainly not. That's non-scale Takemi.
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