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Revolutionist 2010-01-26 18:43

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Originally Posted by gummybear (Post 2884584)
Bandai need to stop wasting money on making crap MG and make something good like making GN Archer 1:100 :frustrated: IMO, GN Archer 1:100 will sell 10 times faster than MG grunt :P or even 1:100 Gaia Gundam even though they are years behind.

The GNX is not a crap MG. I'd take 100 different MG GNX variations before a GN Archer. The GNX is at least origianl, the ARcher is a midget GN knockoff. No thanks.

Okamidum 2010-01-26 20:40

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Originally Posted by Revolutionist (Post 2886251)
The GNX is not a crap MG. I'd take 100 different MG GNX variations before a GN Archer. The GNX is at least origianl, the ARcher is a midget GN knockoff. No thanks.

ahmen, GN-X is awesome. Why would they make a gn archer mg for? There isnt even a MG kyrios and imo its kinda small for MG

GrahamAker 2010-01-26 22:59

Spoiler for Gunpla modeler:

SonicSP 2010-01-26 23:57

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Originally Posted by GN0010 Nosferatu (Post 2884624)
Even though it's fake, that is some pretty damn good artwork.

I agree,the Ahead is one MS that doesn't look good standing still but great in animation but I find this lineart to be very attractive indeed.

As I said earlier,I can actually see the elements of the 3rd Generation Gundams here in this lineart[which the Ahead is supposed to have,but hidden away due to possible public scrutiny],and combining my imagination from the previous picture of the Ahead from the S2 Archive files picture with the chest Condenser revealed,this lineart has made my respect for the Ahead increased quite a bit.

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Originally Posted by Sir Dearka (Post 2886165)
If they released a GN-XIII as a MG, even I'd have to consider... Love the red-violet color and the lances.

Oh yes definitely.I'm not a big fan of the Original GN-X especially because of the binders,though I love the long GN Rifle.

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Originally Posted by GrahamAker (Post 2886486)
Spoiler for Gunpla modeler:

THATS the saber color I want for my HG Gundam 00 series models[the Original Drive Gundams at least]!!!!!

The ones released now are bit on the red side.They color looks fine from certain angles but sometimes they appear to red,which conflict with the Tau Drive mobile suits.

GN0010 Nosferatu 2010-01-27 00:42

Am the only person that thinks the Ahead looks great standing still and in motion?

jonli 2010-01-27 01:35

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Originally Posted by GN0010 Nosferatu (Post 2886608)
Am the only person that thinks the Ahead looks great standing still and in motion?

Not the only one, but definitely in the minority. I'm half way with you, I see Ahead as a great menacing design, but not necessarily pleasing to the eye. Which is fine, they're the bad guys and we're suppose to hate them. The Sakigake Ahead looks great though in my opinion, but that's the only one I'd consider buying a model of.

SonicSP 2010-01-27 07:19

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Originally Posted by GN0010 Nosferatu (Post 2886608)
Am the only person that thinks the Ahead looks great standing still and in motion?

I'm sort of with you I guess.I liked the Ahead the first time I've seen it on the 1st S2 trailer,though I'll say that the official lineart is HORRIBLE and I still hate it to this day.In animation,of course I think its beautiful,especially when piloted by Ginin.

However,the new lineart of the fake MG looks incredible and I love my HG Ahead[In this form,it looks good standing still],more than I love my HG GN-X,but I guess that';s because the posability of the GN-X is more limited I guess in terms of limbs.

Though I'm not a big fan of its variants at all.I like the GN-X series more as a whole but I like the Ahead as a suit quite a bit.

Symbolically,what I do like about the Ahead is the menacing look.It truly looks like an Ms used by an evil organization like A-LAWS.Oh,and I guess the Star Wars rule of "blockier but more advanced" was used here in the Ahead's case.

Okamidum 2010-01-27 12:46

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Originally Posted by GN0010 Nosferatu (Post 2886608)
Am the only person that thinks the Ahead looks great standing still and in motion?

I love the ahead but lots of people like to sh** on it. I also think the ahead variations look awesome too. Like the smultron.

SonicSP 2010-01-27 13:04

Even though I love the Ahead now,I can actually understand why people hate it.Its not the most sharpest sexist curvy design out there but something about it that makes me like it.

GundamMeisterLockon 2010-01-27 13:10

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Originally Posted by SonicSP (Post 2887280)
Even though I love the Ahead now,I can actually understand why people hate it.Its not the most sharpest sexist curvy design out there but something about it that makes me like it.

The colour is very nice and its guns are sexy.

silencer.001 2010-01-27 13:44

And it is different to other designs as well. I also like the Ahead, very different

Also loving the GN-X, need to get it now to complement my Exia ^^

SonicSP 2010-01-27 13:52

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Originally Posted by GundamMeisterLockon (Post 2887287)
The colour is very nice and its guns are sexy.

I disagree about the gun,I like the GN-X Long Beam Rifle a lot more,but with its long barrel attached it does look better than the standard GN Rifle of GN-X.

Strangely the Ahead reminds me a bit of the original GN-X.The Original's binders gave it a very bulky feeling,and I think it overall interfered with the models.I guess I can also see how the Ahead gets derived from the GN-X data and technology,probably with that bulkiness feeling.Of course,its just a stange thought in my head.

Glad they never made a blue one........that would have been ugly truth be told.Glad it wasn't adapted by the ESF army.

But other than that,the Ahead is the successor of the Tieren lineage,and I guess sort of love the Tieren as well.





Question:From your personal experiences,how often does a stand or a specifica model gets "loose",a sin its grip between the model and the stand is severely weakened.

Two of my stands recently suffered that.Cement and tissue [thanks to the guy who said that] is working as a susbtitute material to re-strengtened it but frankly I'm worried.Does it happen that often over time?

GrahamAker 2010-01-28 01:46

1/100 Custom MG Exia Gundam Avalanche by Adamsan
 

SonicSP 2010-01-28 05:30

Not much I can say other than nice work by the modeler.

I wonder if it can pose though since the pics here are fairly static.

GN0010 Nosferatu 2010-01-28 05:46

Avalanche Exia was always cool looking, but I never got totally into the design.

That kit has changed that...

helois 2010-01-28 06:24

http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10102501
it's very ugly astray and a very very ugly trasformation... :(

http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10104785
it's beautiful... but i prefer to buy other MGs before it...

darkstrife 2010-01-28 07:03

A review of the GN-X MG is already up for those interested:

http://www.geocities.jp/hobby_no_toriko/mg-gn-x.html

to be honest the colour scheme is quite bland, only around 10 main runners which isn't a lot for a MG kit although the cheaper price probably justifies that

not bad for a grunt unit, but give me a zaku any day ;)

SonicSP 2010-01-28 15:05

I don't know why,but in that review I guess the GN-X didn't look too impressive to me.It didnt give me the feeling of "I have to buy" like MG Exia did.Speaking from a picture point of view of course.

I wonder if we can get a shot at its internal frame?Does it have one?

It is nice to see its cockpit open however,thats never been seen previously.

astranagun 2010-01-28 16:31

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Originally Posted by SonicSP (Post 2889057)
I don't know why,but in that review I guess the GN-X didn't look too impressive to me.It didnt give me the feeling of "I have to buy" like MG Exia did.Speaking from a picture point of view of course.

I wonder if we can get a shot at its internal frame?Does it have one?

It is nice to see its cockpit open however,thats never been seen previously.


Yes, it does have an internal frame as seen a little here

Revolutionist 2010-01-28 19:24

The only drawback to the GN-X is that the beam sabers are pink still. WTB red/orange sabers ffs!


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