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Old 2010-12-15, 20:58   Link #19521
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Hi, It's been a long time since I've been here and I need some help. I order a gundam seed destiny marker set #1 for my MG Strike Freedom and here I encountered some problems from fedEX, they asked to give them an invoice copy (which I can do it) and a TSCA form (click the link). So here is my question, is the marker is toxic or non-toxic?
I suppose it's not something that would damage anything, right? Hope someone could help me to fill this form...
As far as I'm aware, Gundam Markers are non-toxic. Even if you lick the thing it shouldn't do anything to you (though you may feel a little nauseous).
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Old 2010-12-16, 04:28   Link #19522
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As far as I'm aware, Gundam Markers are non-toxic. Even if you lick the thing it shouldn't do anything to you (though you may feel a little nauseous).
And if you stab yourself with 'em?
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Old 2010-12-16, 05:54   Link #19523
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And if you stab yourself with 'em?
Then you mess up the tip of your overpriced marker
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Old 2010-12-16, 06:18   Link #19524
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HGAW Gundam X Divider



http://blog.livedoor.jp/hacchaka/archives/51622651.html
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Old 2010-12-16, 06:35   Link #19525
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Then you mess up the tip of your overpriced marker
Overpriced marker, underpriced drug, whatever you make of it
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Old 2010-12-16, 06:54   Link #19526
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gundam markers are basically.....paint markers.
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Old 2010-12-17, 01:16   Link #19527
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RG ZAKU......
I think RX-78-2 Gundam look nice than ZAKU....





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Old 2010-12-17, 10:37   Link #19528
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Painting that 1/144 Char figure must have been a real pain.
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Old 2010-12-17, 11:00   Link #19529
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Anyone who owns the MG Sinanju knows the size diameter of the vulcans in the head? I want to replace those with some metal ones.
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Old 2010-12-19, 14:55   Link #19530
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Hey Guys, i got a question and i hope someone is kind enough to answer it:

I recently bought the HGUC Unicorn Gundam in both U- and D-Mode. Love both kits and wan't to display one of them with beam sabers. My problem: Both kids are tall and beams are too short which for me looks stupid. I found out the HGUC Jegan kits come with very long beams. Anyone knows if those fit into the Unicorns beam saber-handles? I already tried the one from the ReZel, MG beams and HG 00 beams. Nothing fits.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 2010-12-19, 15:11   Link #19531
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Yeah, those short beamsabers are annoying. But, as a temporary solution, they're short so they fit on the wrist. I can't remember what the weapon is called.
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Old 2010-12-19, 15:16   Link #19532
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You mean those beam saberīs that flips out of the forearm? I think itīs a nice idea to have but I prefer a handheld beam saber.
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Old 2010-12-19, 16:28   Link #19533
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All of my HG Unicorn Beams are mixed up in the same box. The only beams that seem to want to fit is the shorter beams wich is probably Unicorns. The Jegans, Stark Jegans, Rezel and Kshatriya's longer beams, none want to fit in unicorns handel.
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Old 2010-12-19, 16:39   Link #19534
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All of my HG Unicorn Beams are mixed up in the same box. The only beams that seem to want to fit is the shorter beams wich is probably Unicorns. The Jegans, Stark Jegans, Rezel and Kshatriya's longer beams, none want to fit in unicorns handel.
For real? That sucks big time. But thank you for clearing that for me.

I find it pretty weird that grunt suits get giant beams but the lead suit gets tiny ones.

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Old 2010-12-19, 20:44   Link #19535
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I find it pretty weird that grunt suits get giant beams but the lead suit gets tiny ones.
Given that they're mounted onto the forearms, the beams may be smaller than the ones stored on the backpack.
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Old 2010-12-19, 22:32   Link #19536
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theres another option about beam sabers. it takes a bit of work to accomplish it. i made some blue beam sabers for my 144 00 gundam. all i had to do was take the clear plastic (coloured or not) and cut saber lenght sections. the hard part is getting the shape and the butt to fit in the saber hole. the only annoyance is getting a comparable colour to paint the clear tree/tray sections of plastic.

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Old 2010-12-19, 22:55   Link #19537
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RG ZAKU......
I think RX-78-2 Gundam look nice than ZAKU....





Nice Zaku pics.

I've always been partial to the Rambal Ral Zaku I:



and Ramba Ral Zaku II model kits:

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Old 2010-12-20, 01:40   Link #19538
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Given that they're mounted onto the forearms, the beams may be smaller than the ones stored on the backpack.
Sadly, that's not the case. All handles are exactly the same

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theres another option about beam sabers. it takes a bit of work to accomplish it. i made some blue beam sabers for my 144 00 gundam. all i had to do was take the clear plastic (coloured or not) and cut saber lenght sections. the hard part is getting the shape and the butt to fit in the saber hole. the only annoyance is getting a comparable colour to paint the clear tree/tray sections of plastic.

I already tried to put beams from 00 kits into Unicorn's handles but the endresult was... underwhelming. I ruined 3 blades from other kit's like Arios and Seravee and i don't wan't to superglue

Maybe I should just buy a Jegan and use the handle from that kit.
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Old 2010-12-20, 04:20   Link #19539
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Has anyone thought of reshaping the peg on the bottom of the blade? I did that to a MG Exia blade so it would fit into the barrel of my GM Sniper.
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Old 2010-12-20, 14:45   Link #19540
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Anyone know where I can get those clear rods/tubes or something similar that connects to the MG Strike Freedom's Dragoons?

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From the Image Thread
I don't know if that life size Gundam is still up in Japan, but I always wanted them to have it lying on a mountain side so that nature could pretty much do something like the pic above.

My contribution to this thread:

Wish I had the Full Burst version...


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