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aikming 2007-03-27 12:15

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Originally Posted by Zleach (Post 878285)
Hi

Whats the differences between the 1/144 vs 1/100

i'm trying to figure it out, but they both look the same to me

it just that the 1/100 Gundam models cost most

1/144 and 1/100 is the size difference. 1/100 is larger than 1/144. As for the parts and joints, I assume they are of no much difference. Though an 1/100 MG would make a real difference compared to a normal 1/100.

LoweGear 2007-03-27 12:15

The only sure thing is that the 1/100 is larger, since it really depends on what era you're trying to describe. Older 1/100's are just sized up versions of their 1/144 counterparts, and look mostly the same, but recently the division between 1/144's and 1/100's have been increasing, with each line growing ever more distant in terms of gimmicks, construction and design. There are some loose guidelines though:

- 1/100's are typically better designed than their 1/144 counterparts
- 1/100's typically have more features
- and 1/100's have better posability

In the end, it all depends on what size you want to work on, what model you want to get, and availability of the model.

Zleach 2007-03-27 12:26

thanks guys

now i think i have a clear understanding on what models to get

1/144 are small

1/100 are big

mangatron 2007-03-27 13:56

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Originally Posted by Zleach (Post 878320)
thanks guys

now i think i have a clear understanding on what models to get

1/144 are small

1/100 are big

And 1/60's will crush your GI Joe's :heh: :heh:

And lowegear, isn't it the last pic the Zaku II Ver 2.0 is on the right? That kneeling comparison is nice :) No wonder why they Ver 2'ed the Zaku :heh:

theOtherGuy 2007-03-27 14:38

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Originally Posted by mangatron (Post 878384)
No wonder why they Ver 2'ed the Zaku :heh:

So they can make more money off the poses? :p

Fome 2007-03-27 14:45

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Originally Posted by theOtherGuy (Post 878436)
So they can make more money off the poses? :p

Yes, they can.

mangatron 2007-03-27 15:05

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Originally Posted by Fome (Post 878444)
Yes, they can.

And I'll gladly pay.

Deus EpS Machina 2007-03-27 23:31

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Originally Posted by kct (Post 877800)
Well, some people feel that the Strike variants are getting in the way of other mobile suits that are waiting to be MG-fied in any way :3 .

Who cares, I am still waiting for time to get the IWSP (as I've been saying several times). The AoZ HGUCs will keep myself busy (on free time) at the moment :P .

CE is currently the gundam series at hand. Its a no brainer it will get more attention than other universes.

As for people who are complaining about Strike variants getting in the way of other units...how about the current onsluaght of UC 2.0s and recolours?

The fact Bandai is going to push its 2.0 label for a while longer means we get more recoloured variations (albeit corrected and fixed kits)...and god help us all when Bandai starts the 2.0 GM line.

I honestly dont care which MS gets a MG, or from what universe...cuz if youre like me, you will enjoy building something and modding it to look nice, be its a MG Strike Freedom, or a MG Zaku 2.0.

LoweGear 2007-03-27 23:47

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Originally Posted by mangatron (Post 878384)
And 1/60's will crush your GI Joe's :heh: :heh:

And lowegear, isn't it the last pic the Zaku II Ver 2.0 is on the right? That kneeling comparison is nice :) No wonder why they Ver 2'ed the Zaku :heh:

I meant the weapons comparison pics, since it should be obvious for the Zaku II comparisons which is which, but the weapons are a different matter. Besides, I did say top, middle and bottom, not left, middle and right.

DarkWarrior 2007-03-28 00:25

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Originally Posted by Deus EpS Machina (Post 878993)
CE is currently the gundam series at hand. Its a no brainer it will get more attention than other universes.

Yeah, since CE is hot right now, it would be nice if we actually got some more kits. So far it's been Freedom, Strike Freedom, Strike #1, Strike #2, Strike #3, and Strike #4. A real variety we have right now.

I'm still hoping for a MG Destiny, but that appears unlikely given the UC 2.0 thing and the 100th MG.

kct 2007-03-28 01:14

I would welcome a MG Impulse.

mangatron 2007-03-28 05:35

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Originally Posted by LoweGear (Post 879006)
I meant the weapons comparison pics, since it should be obvious for the Zaku II comparisons which is which, but the weapons are a different matter. Besides, I did say top, middle and bottom, not left, middle and right.

Just makin notes dude ;)

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Originally Posted by kct (Post 879071)
I would welcome a MG Impulse.

This would be interesting. Consider we'd have to cut him up into 3 parts, wouldn't that kill his poseability? :heh:

So let's have a MG Impulse with all packs, make it one Sword Blast Force!:heh:

If I were Bandai, I'd make a lasting impression on the 100th. Something to look back to, something to celebrate...something....like the RX-78 :heh:

Ok I think the RX-78 has been mentioned to death lol... :heh:

kct 2007-03-28 05:55

Word is 2chan mentioned Turn A though.

mangatron 2007-03-28 12:27

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Originally Posted by kct (Post 879219)
Word is 2chan mentioned Turn A though.

It wouldn't be surprising. I mean, it would be nice if Bandai actually asked Tomino if he wanted a hand in the 100th MG, considering it is a special moment and why not?

For once Tomino might actually be happy for the model kits :heh: :heh:

But, Bandai can slap us in the face with a MG Unicorn :heh:

/me hides

theOtherGuy 2007-03-28 13:37

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Originally Posted by mangatron (Post 879206)
This would be interesting. Consider we'd have to cut him up into 3 parts, wouldn't that kill his poseability? :heh:

So let's have a MG Impulse with all packs, make it one Sword Blast Force!:heh:

I think we all know what's really going to happen. :p

kct 2007-03-28 17:46

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Originally Posted by mangatron (Post 879447)
It wouldn't be surprising. I mean, it would be nice if Bandai actually asked Tomino if he wanted a hand in the 100th MG, considering it is a special moment and why not?

For once Tomino might actually be happy for the model kits :heh: :heh:

But, Bandai can slap us in the face with a MG Unicorn :heh:

/me hides

If Bandai did make a Turn A as a MG, it will be a good idea, since creating it will require methods that are never used before (hollow internals, anyone?). What is better than using one of the biggest radical designs for the BIG 100?

A Gundam Unicorn Ver. Ka is fine too, since some novel-only MSes do get a cult following (funny that most of them are Katoki designs, like the Sentinel gang).

Deus EpS Machina 2007-03-29 00:16

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Originally Posted by kct (Post 879773)
A Gundam Unicorn Ver. Ka is fine too, since some novel-only MSes do get a cult following (funny that most of them are Katoki designs, like the Sentinel gang).

"Gundam Unicorn ver. ka."....

the ver. ka. moniker is pointless since the Unicorn is already a Katoki design. That "ver. ka." bit applies only to MS Katoki redesigns.

kct 2007-03-29 00:17

Isn't the same tag was put on the Crossbone X-1 (even though it is originally a Katoki design)?

EDIT: My bad, it is design.

Deus EpS Machina 2007-03-29 01:06

heh, my mistake, seem it also applies to MS he redesigns even though its his...in which case the Crossbone X1 Ver. Ka has a few minor differences from the full cloth and the original lineart.
See dalong.

duotiga 2007-03-29 09:40

just release

http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10056270

http://www.1999.co.jp/dbimages/user/...g/10056270.jpg


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