Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Destiny Gundam WIP 1


hello evryone! I decided that Strike E doesn't need any more acomments other than if you wanna buy it, it on sale :) just give me a message.

First some news, about upcoming gunpla, im exctied but at the same time i won't be buying anything thru entire year from now on. yep, I'm oficialy broken, well not excatly but no more mooneyz for gunpla... there are still few coming in the mail :)

Now this wil be my 4th WIP at the same time... yeah I know, I will finish them but this takes priority because it's for my girlfriend :) she wanted me to mod and paint this kit for her, we snapped it together (just guess how that ended... ;] ) So know i wanna do it ASAP, i have a lil less to study for univeristy but I started making driver license.

Anyway here are pics:


a lot reshaping, changed vents, added wires/pipes - I think this looks a lot more ZAFT style



here you can see how much was changed, it is now a lot longer


i cut off the old pegs thant connect lower and upper torso and added a ball joint for more poseability.

seems like all for now :)

4 comments:

  1. wooow looks extremely modded.
    notsure if i like it, but its harsh to say since this are the first pictures of it.

    and good luck on not buying some more gunpla (guess many off us know thats really hard)

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  2. wow.. Nice heavy mod... I dont have that skillz yet ORZ.. looking forward for more wip! thanks for folowing me btw ^^

    added u to my blog list ^^

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  3. Friendly tip bro - before adding pla plates you should be sanding the surface to a smooth finish first. Simply coz, you will have a hard time sanding those areas in between the pla plates without sanding the pla plates themselves. Notice my most rescent post of my hguc Geara Zulu...I have removed the seamlines and sanded the surface smooth before addid the pla plates and the MSG option parts. keep building bro. :)

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  4. Friendly tip bro - before adding pla plates you should be sanding the surface to a smooth finish first. Simply coz, you will have a hard time sanding those areas in between the pla plates without sanding the pla plates themselves. Notice my most rescent post of my hguc Geara Zulu...I have removed the seamlines and sanded the surface smooth before addid the pla plates and the MSG option parts. keep building bro. :)

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