Hello guys! Here is the finished kit that I used for the Gunpla weathering tutorial that I made for FromJapan blog. It’s a Master Grade MSZ-006A1 Zeta Plus Karaba Production Type Transformable Mobile Unit. This model kit’s year of production is 2001, it’s quite old but the model is still interesting to me. This will be my first Master Grade that is transformable into a mobile unit which is the Wave Rider. I personally like the orange and white color theme of this mobile suit.
Diver City Tokyo Gundam Museum 2019
Finally had the chance to go to Japan and see the 1/1 Unicorn Gundam statue with my wife as our honeymoon.
RG 1/144 Strike Freedom
Hi guys! It’s been a while since I posted, 2 years?! It’s been an on off relationship with this hobby but I haven’t given up on this hobby!
I just received two kits from my fiance who just recently traveled to Japan. Both are limited edition RG 1/144 Unicorn and Sinanju kits that are Tokyo Diver City exclusive! (ver. TWC). Already excited to build them.
HG 1/144 Try Burning Gundam
Hi guys! It’s been a while, here I present a simple straight build HG 1/144 Try Burning Gundam.
Thank you Evolution @ Play Evolution for nominating me for this award. I never expected to receive this award. Thank you!
- Thank the person who nominated you and include a link back to them.
- Answer the questions given to you.
- Nominate bloggers and present them with questions of your own.
Here are the questions that I’ll be answering:
Gunpla Weathering and Battle Damage Tutorial
Hello guys! Here is the finished write-up and article that I wrote for FromJapan blog about my style on Gunpla weathering and battle damage. Enjoy! Feel free to ask any questions below the comments section.
Note: Image above is made by FromJapan. All credits of the title image are to them. 😀
Gunpla Weathering Tutorial Preview (Video)
Hi guys! I’m currently in the process of creating a Gunpla weathering tutorial. And here’s the supporting video so far: Gunpla Weathering Demonstration. A write-up will be to follow that will include materials used and the process that I did. Till next post!