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Bonta Kun 2014-08-05 18:25

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Originally Posted by Random14 (Post 5204489)
Hello, I'm a complete amateur at Gunpla though I've tried picking up a few kits (Barnes and Noble selling a few recent kits is convenient). I think I've got most of the basic though cheap supplies (cutters, file, etc) and I won't be doing any painting (not that much room in house and not that interested).

But just checking, should I get a breath mask for sanding nubs? Something like this-

http://www.amazon.com/3M-8654ES-Wood...ds=breath+mask

I won't be doing any spray paint, and got halfway through assembling an HG before I remembered about that aspect. Or should I try that wet sanding mentioned earlier or just rely on cutters and hobby knife? Well, cutting my fingers doesn't sound good but better than breathing in too much dust.

No you won't need them, if your careful with how you go about it all and try to keep your head as far away as possible from the dust and stuff then you should be ok without any kinda masks.
But if you feel you don't want to take that risk then your best off picking up a box of medical face masks, they are good enough and cheaper and easier to wear.

Skye629 2014-08-06 01:39

UH-HUH -drools-

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-hkksJ4fQLe...ntitled-16.jpg

Skye629 2014-08-06 01:41

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Originally Posted by Bonta Kun (Post 5204611)
No you won't need them, if your careful with how you go about it all and try to keep your head as far away as possible from the dust and stuff then you should be ok without any kinda masks.
But if you feel you don't want to take that risk then your best off picking up a box of medical face masks, they are good enough and cheaper and easier to wear.

In addition to this, make sure your room have good ventiliation

KaiDamien 2014-08-06 03:56

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Originally Posted by Chiu_fan (Post 5204141)
Those mechs are from a novel series called "Seelen the Hunting World". They seem to be original molds.

Ah I see ,thanks a lot! No wonder the novel is next to it, silly me .

Patriot's Blade 2014-08-06 07:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skye629 (Post 5204877)
UH-HUH -drools-


*must resist the urge to play Here Comes Char on the phone* :uhoh::heh:

Akyra 2014-08-06 09:26

What's RE/100?

Illsteir 2014-08-06 09:29

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Originally Posted by Akyra (Post 5205216)
What's RE/100?

New line that features Mobile Suits from side stories in 1/100 scale and HG Quality.

Tak 2014-08-06 13:18

How I wish Nightingale was animated...

- Tak

Strigon 13 2014-08-06 13:21

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Originally Posted by Skye629 (Post 5204877)

*Beyond the Time.mp3*

But I still think that the Sazabi looks better than the Nightingale

Tak 2014-08-06 13:24

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Originally Posted by Strigon 13 (Post 5205495)
*Beyond the Time.mp3*

But I still think that the Sazabi looks better than the Nightingale

The Sazabi is more fitting as a hero suit, imo. OTOH, the Nightingale is deliciously intimidating :heh:

- Tak

Random14 2014-08-07 01:38

Ok, thank you for the advice Bonta Kun and Skye629, I'll just be careful and keep that advice in mind. Probably should remember to open the windows more too.

RRW 2014-08-07 02:27

Honestly I thought RE100 is basically "revived HG 1/100"

When is the last time we have HG 1/100?

LoweGear 2014-08-07 03:30

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Originally Posted by RRW (Post 5206125)
Honestly I thought RE100 is basically "revived HG 1/100"

When is the last time we have HG 1/100?

The RE100 line though are for those designs that wouldn't have their own HG lines due to their obscurity, and would be financially dangerous to make as MG's as a result. Basically, they're not designs tied into any current franchise.

And 00 was the last time we got HG 1/100's.

ZeroXSEED 2014-08-07 06:10

RE100 will be filled by god knows how many MSV if the debut considered smooth

Akyra 2014-08-07 06:19

ahhh...new 1/100 line...might not be a bad thing I guess...ahahah

Wild Goose 2014-08-07 10:38

So, I did a bit of panel lining tonight.

This is the GM Command Space Type, which was the 2nd kit I built. Back then, I still sanded down parts and shit... also the stains are from humidity. tl;dr, flat coat ASAP your white MS. I don't seem to have this issue with my Stark or ECOAS though...

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Verdict: Stick to Gundam panel lining marker, folks. I found that the inkflow was not as consistent, and could be irregular at times, whereas inflow on my gundam marker was steady and constant.

Also I've been trying out my Tamiya files. OH MY GOD. WHAT KIND OF TAMIYA SOURCERY IS THIS?! I just rub rub rub and the nub is FUCKING GONE. So fucking worth it. Very much looking forward to using all my toys on my MG Jesta next year.

Also MG Jesta + Red LED = EXAM Jesta. This is now my headcanon.

Skye629 2014-08-07 21:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by LoweGear (Post 5206152)
And 00 was the last time we got HG 1/100's.

Actually those were technically NGs like SEED

The last time we got an actual 1/100 HG line was back in the 90's with Wing and X

Quote:

Originally Posted by ZeroXSEED (Post 5206253)
RE100 will be filled by god knows how many MSV if the debut considered smooth

We need some AoZ, HF, and Sentinel units for this line :3



HAHAHHAAHAHH THEY FUCKING DID IT RIGHT!!!!
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-kp6fRvAgWl...b3CIAAGNaW.jpg

wavehawk 2014-08-08 08:44

Drunken friday blast fromt he past...
https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.n...16953138_n.jpg

LoweGear 2014-08-08 22:47

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Originally Posted by wavehawk (Post 5207562)
Drunken friday blast fromt he past...

It's so obviously the ZAKU Warrior~ :p;)

SonicSP 2014-08-09 09:08

I haven't checked this thread in awhile. Now that I'm back home and continuing Gunpla I should probably check it more often.

I'm currently trying to build the RG Exia Repair kit right now but this box has me puzzling.






Well, basically I'm not exactly sure what to do. This is the first time that I'm working on a modification kit.

It's basically that black box text there. It has the numbers of the instruction set which I assume are from the main RG Exia kit.

Is it basically telling me to "skip" those parts of the main text as I'm building my RG Exia or is it telling me to "reverse" the things I'm done on those steps. Considering the nightmare of a time I had on building the RG Exia....well I'm trying to avoid the same pitfalls especially since this is more limited in supply and way more expensive (relative to the amount of material you're actually getting)


I have a spare RG Exia kit anyways (specifically for the purpose of having an RG Exia Repair), so I'm fine building from scratch or modifying my existing one. But regardless I want to get this right so I'm trying to be as careful as I can here since.

I can understand the pictures mostly fine but I get the feeling that instructions are telling me something important before I'm supposed to proceed to the picture section so I'm trying to be as careful as I proceed, hence the thread. Anybody worked on a modification kit before?


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