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! 🙂
Hi guys! Here’s another article that I wrote for fromjapan. Ever finished an MG kit then you saw how massive the amount of decals were? And you were just so intimidated and afraid that you’ll ruin your kit that you did not go through with applying the decals? Well, be afraid not! Because it’s just intimidating but not really hard to do if you get the hang of it! Here’s the article that I wrote about application of dry transfer and water slide decals. Enjoy! And I hope it helps out fellow Gunpla hobbyists out there! 🙂
Hi guys! Here is the gunpla hand painting tutorial that I wrote for fromjapan, I can’t post its content on my own site so I’ll just put the link here:
Enjoy! Hope it can help out beginners out there! Maybe I’ll make another painting tutorial when I have the time. 🙂
Hello guys, updated my game according to some feedback and comments. Thanks to all those who played my game and gave comments and feedback! 🙂
You can download the game here: Just extract and run Purgatory.exe, it’s recommended to run it at full screen. 🙂
Hello guys! For the past months I have been learning how to make games using the Unity3D game engine. I wanted to be a indie game developer so to start-off I had to learning a game engine and I chose Unity3D because there are a lot of tutorials and resources available around the internet as well as free assets in the asset store. So far, I had lots of fun in using Unity and its becoming another hobby of mine besides Gunpla.
Hello guys! This is my latest work: a custom painted HGBF 1/144 Amazing Red Warrior from the Build Fighters series. This is actually the product of a Gunpla hand-painting tutorial article I wrote for a private company. Too bad I can’t post the article on my own blog because of SEO concerns. But of-course I will create a new one so that I can post a Gunpla hand-painting tutorial for my own blog.
You can find detailed mobile suit information here: http://gundam.wikia.com/wiki/PF-78-3A_Gundam_Amazing_Red_Warrior
Things I did:
1. Usual nib mark cleaning.
2. Hand-painted all inner frame parts and base coating of weapons using Tamiya Gun Metal.
3. Hand-painted vulcans on the head unit and on the waist unit using Tamiya Dark Iron. Thrusters on the shoulders are also painted using Dark Iron.
4. Hand-painted details using a combination of Tamiya Gold Leaf, Copper and Flat Aluminum.
5. Panel lining using Copic Multiliner.
6. Applied custom water slide and dry transfer decals.
7. Top coated all non-metallic parts with Bosny Clear Dull/Matte spray can.
And viola! Enjoy the photos!
And that’s it, thanks for viewing! till next build! 🙂
And that’s why the kits are expensive. Wish I can go inside in the future just to see operations. Anyone wants to work here? I think I personally don’t want to work at Bandai after seeing the video, don’t really know why but it’s just how I feel. Maybe I expected more. Maybe I’m imagining that work is stressful there because of the accuracy and precision requirements of the work. XD