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ryanvamp 2009-05-04 12:57

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Originally Posted by ako07 (Post 2377114)

Thank you. Regarding my previous question about HW Japan, I'm still open to suggestions.

astranagun 2009-05-04 16:20

For those who have it is the Unicorn model worthy 40 ?

vektar 2009-05-04 16:53

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Originally Posted by Setsuna.F.Seiei (Post 2377336)
finally starting to paint my gunpla............and i make a mess out of it.............can anyone tell me how do i get rid of mistake when painting using gundam markers? i use a pen knife......

For me i would never use a gundam marker to paint a gundam, only for those hard to reach or small detail areas the over all look of gundam marks isnt the very good, you can get a lot of paint marks and uneven areas.

Nerroth 2009-05-04 17:17

I assembled my HG Seraphim today!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1.../Seraphim1.jpg





Spoiler for Using one of the cannon heads from the Seravee's dummy backpack:


Spoiler for Not quite snug, but close enough.:

Amber.Dawn 2009-05-04 18:02

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Originally Posted by astranagun (Post 2377845)
For those who have it is the Unicorn model worthy 40 €?

I think so. I found it really fun to build.
Though don't expect much in terms of articulation.

Sir Dearka 2009-05-04 18:39

Anybody familiar with Robot Damashii Cherudim or HCM Pro Cherudim? If I wanted to buy one of those, which one'd be better?

vektar 2009-05-04 18:46

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Originally Posted by Sir Dearka (Post 2378039)
Anybody familiar with Robot Damashii Cherudim or HCM Pro Cherudim? If I wanted to buy one of those, which one'd be better?

get both;)

Sir Dearka 2009-05-04 18:54

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Originally Posted by vektar (Post 2378049)
get both;)

No money. Gotta choose... sadly ;)

Throne Zwei 2009-05-04 19:02

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Originally Posted by Sir Dearka (Post 2378039)
Anybody familiar with Robot Damashii Cherudim or HCM Pro Cherudim? If I wanted to buy one of those, which one'd be better?

I have the Damashii Cherudim. I think it's a pretty good figure. I'd recommend it.

Setsuna.F.Seiei 2009-05-04 19:11

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Originally Posted by justsomeguy (Post 2377403)
Gundam markers and acrylic paints are easily wiped off by using cotton swaps with rubbing alcohol (make sure it has no acetone).

Enamel paints can be wiped off by vigorously rubbing with denatured ethanol.

rubbing alcohol? how does it look like?

Exia_00 2009-05-04 20:13

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Originally Posted by Throne Zwei (Post 2378072)
I have the Damashii Cherudim. I think it's a pretty good figure. I'd recommend it.

i like the damashi Cherudim, i have it but i find the shield bits come off on the "Gn drive tail" thing, other then that the damashi is really nice, but the HCM Pro is a hell of a lot more stable

GN0010 Nosferatu 2009-05-04 20:18

Anyone wanting anything from the 00 Damashii line should just get one. No questions asked, you WON'T be disappointed.

Un1ver5e 2009-05-04 20:26

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Originally Posted by Sir Dearka (Post 2378039)
Anybody familiar with Robot Damashii Cherudim or HCM Pro Cherudim? If I wanted to buy one of those, which one'd be better?

I vote for the Damashi. HCM Pro's too small. :heh:

Nerroth 2009-05-04 21:05

*patpats the Seraphim*


Don't worry, I know you look cool...

vektar 2009-05-04 21:06

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Originally Posted by Un1ver5e (Post 2378192)
I vote for the Damashi. HCM Pro's too small. :heh:

yeah i was just looking at pics of both and the Damashi looks better but not by much.

GrahamAker 2009-05-04 21:13

which line of gunpla should i buy? specially for exia.hcm pro is bmall agreed. if u want for modelling only then go for 1/100. if u want for little play as well as modelling ,then its definately hg 1/144. hg 1/144 has te highest range and variety across all gundam lineup thats why bandai started promoting uc in hg 1/144.but there is one darkhorse in the lineup.its the superhcmpro 1/144 scale exia deluxe .its only one presently in the line up but its the best. in robot damashi articulation is also good , but figure will not last long.

kakakka 2009-05-04 21:27

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Originally Posted by Nerroth (Post 2377927)
Spoiler for size:



Looks nice. :)
I might be finishing mine one of these days too... If I'm not lazy...

Nerroth 2009-05-04 21:34

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Originally Posted by kakakka (Post 2378277)
[/SPOILER]

Looks nice. :)

*Seraphim feels happier now*

He is pretty neat, alright!


I'd almost get a second one, and Batman-ify it...

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I might be finishing mine one of these days too... If I'm not lazy...
Don't forget to keep the forward barrells for the Seravee's dummy backpack's cannons - they fit just fine on the Seraphim's arms.

Un1ver5e 2009-05-04 21:40

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Originally Posted by vektar (Post 2378253)
yeah i was just looking at pics of both and the Damashi looks better but not by much.

Actually HCM Pro has more details, but it's 1/200 size does not show them off well IMO. HCM Pro's also more expensive.

GN0010 Nosferatu 2009-05-05 00:16

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Originally Posted by bhus12 (Post 2378260)
which line of gunpla should i buy? specially for exia.hcm pro is bmall agreed. if u want for modelling only then go for 1/100. if u want for little play as well as modelling ,then its definately hg 1/144. hg 1/144 has te highest range and variety across all gundam lineup thats why bandai started promoting uc in hg 1/144.but there is one darkhorse in the lineup.its the superhcmpro 1/144 scale exia deluxe .its only one presently in the line up but its the best. in robot damashi articulation is also good , but figure will not last long.

Wrong, I have the Robot Damashii 00 and Ahead, and I'll be honest, I've put them through play, because that is what the new RD was created for. Wear and tear from kids. I have to say, that the figures are incredibly durable. If you get an RD figure, it's gonna last a long while.


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