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Meehlimo 2007-06-22 13:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by thephreak (Post 1006504)
it's Z'gok :D

Its Zock the green one is called a zock lol.

thephreak 2007-06-22 13:17

ah, i see. my bad

mangatron 2007-06-22 13:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Meehlimo (Post 1006511)
Its Zock the green one is called a zock lol.

I was missing a letter, I knew it was said in the way of "Zok" but had to add that "c" :heh:

Love the hands. They look jointed, ja? I'm sure they are.....

duotiga 2007-06-22 23:18

Blue Destiny Unit 3 - recolouring plus new shield for unit 2.....shld i consider for it???

Meehlimo 2007-06-23 03:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by duotiga (Post 1007193)
Blue Destiny Unit 3 - recolouring plus new shield for unit 2.....shld i consider for it???

yes cuz it all around looks better than unit 2 just my humble opinon:D

LoweGear 2007-06-23 04:29

HCM-Pro Gundam Excia and Dynames:

http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/1...0hcmkg6ws9.jpg

duotiga 2007-06-23 05:43

can't see the picture

mangatron 2007-06-23 05:49

I can see the picture, and....


The Gundam's do look slimmer than from other series. Will take some getting used to. Hmm, I wonder how a slim body would affect a Master Grade version :uhoh:

dagr81 2007-06-23 16:57

they will have to use new and better molds?

thephreak 2007-06-23 18:16

wouldn't a slimmer frame mean less weight and better posability? of course, this probably won't apply to the Virtue

LightningZERO 2007-06-23 23:24

I can't see where Exia stores his swords

WaytoDawn 2007-06-24 02:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by LightningZERO (Post 1008591)
I can't see where Exia stores his swords

Big sword on the arm, two beam sabers behind the shoulder, and two beam sabers sticking out it's ass.:D

mangatron 2007-06-24 03:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by thephreak (Post 1008283)
wouldn't a slimmer frame mean less weight and better posability? of course, this probably won't apply to the Virtue

I meant in a sense of the Master Grade model, a similar slim dude would be the F91 guys. I heard there were some problems with the inner frame pieces being quite small and/or a bit too thin. Of course in the end the F91 looks great, so I'm just wondering about the building part. Ah, alas, the model designer can just add the perfect thickness necessary for a decent inner frame....


Quote:

Originally Posted by WaytoDawn (Post 1008824)
Big sword on the arm, two beam sabers behind the shoulder, and two beam sabers sticking out it's ass.:D

Ah, shuckles. I was about to say it's like the Wing Zero Custom, grab the weapons out of thin air :heh:

thephreak 2007-06-24 15:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by mangatron (Post 1008847)
I meant in a sense of the Master Grade model, a similar slim dude would be the F91 guys. I heard there were some problems with the inner frame pieces being quite small and/or a bit too thin. Of course in the end the F91 looks great, so I'm just wondering about the building part. Ah, alas, the model designer can just add the perfect thickness necessary for a decent inner frame....

ah the F91, loved that one, especially how the face can change

Harry McKenzie 2007-06-24 22:55

Southern California (Pasadena area)
 
I've been wanting to find a MG Strike Freedom, but haven't been able to find one anywhere (offline). I've checked several places around here, such as Orbit anime and Kawaii Anime(where i managed to find a Full Burst version that cost $100).

Anyway, is there anyone else in the area that would know a shop that sells a better variety of model kits.

Tak 2007-06-24 23:39

Orbit is notorious for overcharging customers who either do not have the benefit of, or lack a credit card to shop online. Why then, buy them domestically, when you can get them shipped from overseas at a much more affordable price?

Try websites such as www.hlj.com or http://www.rainbowten.co.jp. Do not shop at Orbit! Thats like knowing there is a trap and willingly jump right into it~

- Tak

Harry McKenzie 2007-06-25 00:02

It's just that I would prefer picking it up at a store, rather than have it shipped.. if possible. After shipping, just about at any site, it's gonna end up to be around $60 anyway, so I hoped to skip that step.

Guess it's a lost cause to find it domestically around 50-60?

PS: been to Orbit like.. 3 times before and hadn't paid that much notice to the pricing there @_@

Tak 2007-06-25 00:12

Alright. You know what, try this store. Its at little Tokyo, I think the store name is called anime jungle. They have kits that are competitively priced as their Japanese counterparts, although they are still sightly more expensive, after tax and all. Nonetheless, if you want to do a will-call/pick up, thats the place to go to.

But you and I both know, LA parking is a pain in the neck.

- Tak

WaytoDawn 2007-06-25 01:05

OMG! seriously,after seeing the pic below, I now whole-heartly prefer unicorn gundam to receive the model treatment than anor-exia (pun intended).

Spoiler for Heres the pic:

mangatron 2007-06-25 02:46

Hmm uh hm, Unicorn looking nice. Just need to see an armament layout :)


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