Hi guys! It’s been a while, here I present a simple straight build HG 1/144 Try Burning Gundam.
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.
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. 😀
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!
Hello guys! Happy new year! This will be my first build of the year! Just finished panel lining and application of decals. I’m thinking of applying some weathering before sealing everything with top coat. Till next update! 🙂
Hello everyone! It’s been long time since the last update. Been busy with adult life. I have a few backlog Gunpla kits now, hope to build them soon! As for now, here’s another tutorial/guide that I wrote for From Japan. Thank you From Japan for accommodating my article!
Always heard about top coat here, top coat there, but have not been able to try it? Maybe because you’re afraid of ruining your Gunpla after all that hard work? Worry not! Topcoating will not ruin your Gunpla as long as you do it the right way! And it’ll make you’re Gunpla look way better and have your paint job protected!
Enjoy! Till next update! 😀
Hello guys! Sorry for the lack of posts since I’m currently busy with life. Anyways, I attended today the first Philippines international comic con (if I’m not mistaken). It’s the Asia Pop Comic Con 2015. It’s definitely a must see convention! It features some international celebrities, cos-players and other popular icons. The minimum entrance fee is 500php, the lines were very organized compared to other local conventions. You can see some of the event’s details below as I also uploaded some pages of the event guide. You know it’s legit when they provide a comprehensive event guide. Just go there and see for yourself! Last chance tomorrow! 🙂