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Shiro-Oh! 2008-03-11 18:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by sx3 (Post 1455009)
i got a question, the 1/100 models of exia, dynames etc. are they MG? as in internal skeleton and details? or its just a 1/100 scale model?

Sadly, no; they're just your regular 1/100. They are fairly detailed, though, compared to older No-Grade 1/100 models.

duotiga 2008-03-11 18:41

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Originally Posted by MakubeX2 (Post 1454776)
Confirmed for release :-

HGナドレにはシールドとライフルっぽい物がついてくる。

HG Nadleeh will comes with a shield and rifle.

GNアームズはデュナメス用の2号機が登場。本体のデザインは一緒だが、両手の武装がキャノンとランチャー っぽい物に変更されている

HG GN-ARMS + Dynames with a Cannon + Launcher.

Rumour :-

1/100 アヴァランチ 5月
1/100 Avalanche-May
1/100 フラッグ 5月
1/100 Flag-May
HG イナクト サーシェス機とサワー機が初夏
HG Enact Ali & Patrick Custom - EArly Summer.

wow if this is true for avalanche exia i wld be super happy!!! been waiting very long for Ali's enact......

MeesesGlokmah 2008-03-11 21:04

Is there anything I can do about loose joints on my model kits? Some of my older models have loose joints and I can't pose them right. Heavyarms Custom, for example, can't hold up his gatling guns.

Byakko1011 2008-03-11 23:31

I would personally like to see a GN-X be released.

Astrana 2008-03-12 01:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by Byakko1011 (Post 1455491)
I would personally like to see a GN-X be released.

it'll probably be out in HG version.

since astrea is coming out, i want see Sadalsuud hehehehe or plutone.

Exia avalanche would be nice, also they will probably make dynames tropedo

Byakko1011 2008-03-12 02:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by Astrana (Post 1455666)
it'll probably be out in HG version.

since astrea is coming out, i want see Sadalsuud hehehehe or plutone.

Exia avalanche would be nice, also they will probably make dynames tropedo

I don't want to sound like a noob or anything, but what does HG mean? I want to start buying models but I really have no clue what most of you guys are talking about.

sword.impulse 2008-03-12 02:24

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Originally Posted by Byakko1011 (Post 1455699)
I don't want to sound like a noob or anything, but what does HG mean? I want to start buying models but I really have no clue what most of you guys are talking about.

It means "High Grade" opposed to the other 1/144 FG or "First Grade" Because they have more parts and better detail with color than the first grades.

Astrana 2008-03-12 02:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by Byakko1011 (Post 1455699)
I don't want to sound like a noob or anything, but what does HG mean? I want to start buying models but I really have no clue what most of you guys are talking about.


Gunpla usually have 1/144, 1/100 and 1/60 scale

1/144:
FG - First Grade - not much paint job done on them, really easy to assemble (under 10 USD)
HG - High Grade - more detailed, more paint job done more parts than FG (around 15 USD, expensive ones are 40 max )

1/100:
MG - Master Grade - much more detailed than HG, has it's own skeleton, cockpit. (usually above 40 USD, some of them are close or over 100 Hi-Nu/Sazani/EX)
1/100 - larger version of High Grade, got a bit more parts than HG (above 20 USD)

1/60:
PG - Perfect Grade - never built PG myself, but from what i've seen it is much much more detailed than MG, some of them came with internal LEDs. (over 100 USD)
1/60 - larger version of MG

Byakko1011 2008-03-12 02:48

Thanks. Much appreciated. If I have any more questions I'll pm you.

JediNight 2008-03-12 02:55

I've had the 1/100 Freedom Gundam kit sitting in its box in my closet for 4 years now, and the other night I finally decide to put it together, and notice it says I need an X-acto or cutters which I don't have DOH! :)

Hopefully it's not another 4 years for me to buy one to do it now ;D

Astrana 2008-03-12 03:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by JediNight (Post 1455725)
I've had the 1/100 Freedom Gundam kit sitting in its box in my closet for 4 years now, and the other night I finally decide to put it together, and notice it says I need an X-acto or cutters which I don't have DOH! :)

Hopefully it's not another 4 years for me to buy one to do it now ;D


lol, i always use X-acto knife for gunpla, other than when I was 10, i used to twist parts off or use a pair of normal thick edged scissor :P I am just curious, which tools did u ususally use?

LightningZERO 2008-03-12 03:39

Ouch, now I don't know which GN Arms I should be getting :heh:

Subarunyon 2008-03-12 03:53

You can see the Astraea pic here (and the link provided) =) rather cool imo but I'm not planning to get the 1/100s, dont have the space =x
http://www.dannychoo.com/detail/mac/...Gundam+00.html

JediNight 2008-03-12 04:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by Astrana (Post 1455743)
lol, i always use X-acto knife for gunpla, other than when I was 10, i used to twist parts off or use a pair of normal thick edged scissor :P I am just curious, which tools did u ususally use?

I've never made one before, I only bought that one :) None of the other mobile suits in SEED interested me very much besides the original Freedom Gundam. Didn't care for the 2nd Freedom in Destiny, and AFAIK they never made a model for the Dom in Destiny, which is the only other one I would have wanted :( Is it bc it's identical to the Dom from UC?

I had just heard that the non-MG/PG ones could be snapped together. Or do I need glue for the 1/100?

For 00 so far I like the Flag and Exia, but don't really care for any of the others atm.

Busterbeam 2008-03-12 06:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by JediNight (Post 1455807)
I've never made one before, I only bought that one :) None of the other mobile suits in SEED interested me very much besides the original Freedom Gundam. Didn't care for the 2nd Freedom in Destiny, and AFAIK they never made a model for the Dom in Destiny, which is the only other one I would have wanted :( Is it bc it's identical to the Dom from UC?

I had just heard that the non-MG/PG ones could be snapped together. Or do I need glue for the 1/100?

For 00 so far I like the Flag and Exia, but don't really care for any of the others atm.

yeah actually they did make a 1/144 destiny Dom and its pretty cool if i do say so myself. Its not identical. somethings are different.

check it out http://www.dalong.net/review/seed.htm

you dont need glue for any kit unless you make a mistake or want more stability. if you just want to assemble straight out of the box, you dont need much. actually in the beginning all i used was a pair of nail clippers and an exacto knife and the knife was optional!

Rey Za Burrel 2008-03-12 06:48

just got a MG Destiny yesterday and finished building it
now just need to finish lining up work ^^
The waist joints are so complex , I guess ~_~
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...o/DSCF0586.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...o/DSCF0585.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...o/DSCF0584.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...o/DSCF0587.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...o/DSCF0588.jpg
I m waiting for the Throne Eins now ^^

Shiro-Oh! 2008-03-12 09:19

It took them this long to release the Enact? And it's not even a normal Enact; they're custom. I want my AEU Enact...! :mad: On the other hand, 1/100 Flag doesn't seem so bad. And most of these wonderful kits are coming out in May... I'm gonna have an awesome birthday. :)

duotiga 2008-03-12 09:28

Miyazawa Mokei Sale Spring 2008
Featuring many pics of upcoming Gunpla:
GA Graphic 1
GA Graphic 2
Moe Yo! Akibajin
Akiba Hobby
Hobby Stock

frm Gunota

EXEs 2008-03-12 11:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by MeesesGlokmah (Post 1455267)
Is there anything I can do about loose joints on my model kits? Some of my older models have loose joints and I can't pose them right. Heavyarms Custom, for example, can't hold up his gatling guns.

You mean that their bending is comprimised (If you try and pose it, it flops back down yeah?), right? Take that joint apart, get a small ball of blu-tack, squash it between fingers until its quite flat, and place it over the "female" slots, both of them (Don't push it in, let the male slot piece do it). Then put back the male slot piece back on and place together. Mind you, it holds for a limited time, less if you use the joint a lot or put heavy shit for it to support, so reapply constantly. Hope it helps, and I'll try and get some pix if you need.

Sir Dearka 2008-03-12 11:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by duotiga (Post 1456085)
Miyazawa Mokei Sale Spring 2008
Featuring many pics of upcoming Gunpla:
GA Graphic 1
GA Graphic 2
Moe Yo! Akibajin
Akiba Hobby
Hobby Stock

frm Gunota

Am I wrong or I see a MG Exia coming?

Metallic Guren from Code Geass looks cool.


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