Okay, yesterday night I received the package and thought I post some pictures of the content inside.
As you can see from the pictures below, the VP packaging is very professional. A shiny silver paper box.
After opening up the box, another silver color bag that contains all the parts.
Inside, the resin parts are plastic wrapped nicely according to sections.
The parts are crisp in details. This is the 1st VP model kit that I have purchased and certainly will not be the last.
I am itching to work on this guy
All in all very professionally done packaging coupled with detailed manual instructions, decal, lightup gimmicks.
It somehow has the look and feel of a premium item Two thumbs up!
Once in a while when I came across a model that I like very much be it plastic kit or full resin, I will straight away hit the buy button lol.
Well, you can say this is an impulse buy. Sometimes when you think too much, you lose the time to own the kit and probably miss the chance as well to build it.
Part of the reason why this purchase is because Psycho Gundam is one of my favourite mecha. Truth is I like obscure and weird looking design that looks bad-ass, at least to me.
I am definitely building this kit and adding it to my collection. If that happens, I will post work in progress shots provided I am not lazy enough
I can’t resist getting this SRW OG2 when I saw it while passing by a game shop. Being a fanboy of SRW games from the early days of Super Famicom to PS2, I gotta say I wouldn’t want to miss this. In fact this is the 1st SRW game out for PS3 so its another reason for me to own it. Played for quite a while, I must say I am very impressed with the game and the stunning graphics. In addition, I went to find SRW model kits in our local hobby store and I was lucky to score myself a 1/144 Kotobukiya Alteisen (progressive ver.) The price is very steep though for it being a rare kit now. Let’s see how it goes. I might start building the Alteisen after I have completed the game
Updated Gallery with MG Heavyarms photos.
Glad to have completed this kit as I feel that it is one of the nicer MG to build.
Heavy Arms done! A sigh of relief finally! This MG has many small parts, I went searching for some of them that were dropped off from the clips. Luckily all were found. Make sure you constantly check those small parts if you intend to work on this MG. I will take some pictures for the gallery section soon.
MG Heavy Arms OOB Commission
Took me quite a while to snap-fit this. It has many parts especially the missile pods area.
NOT YET painted. Next stop is sanding and fixing seamlines!
Accepted this MG Heavy Arms commission because I am a fan of gatling guns
The heavy arms is my favourite mecha in Gundam Wing series.
Requirement is to finish it OOB (Out-Of-Box). So I will be concentrating on the paint job and hopefully can show some WIPs along the way. Stay tuned!
Finished it two days ago and was only able to take some pictures for the gallery section.
Normal gap fillings with epoxy putty and separation of some parts for easy painting. Only thing that was replaced was the thrusters for the backpack as it doesn’t seems right with the one they have. Primed and ready to be painted!
Another SD RX-78-2 Anniversary version! This time round helping a friend to build with pure OOB (Out Of Box) build, no modifications. Should be fun ha ha! Stay tuned as I will need to get this guy up soon!