lunedì 8 ottobre 2012

1/144 HG Sazabi EVO





1/144 HG sazabi EVO

Model By W.O.L

Che dire un bel modello anche su scala 1/144 ma con volontà e immaginazione si ottengono dei bei modelli.
Bando alle ciance vi lascio con le foto del modello alla prossima ciaooo.....










MG Kampfer Desolator





MG Kampfer Desolator

Model ByPawces

Oggi vi posto questo lavoro che ho trovato molto bello e particolare, il modello è MG Kampfer un modello che mi piace moltissimo perchè permette un mare di modifiche.
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After over 3 months of mutilating plastic and inhaling cement and paint vapors, I am proud to present to you - the Kampfer Desolator!
Summary:
Project Name    - Kampfer Desolator
Kit        - MG Kampfer 30th Anniversary edition
Build period    - July 2012 to September 2012

Mods        
- panel scribing and pla plates
        - drilling for rivets etc.
        - opened up armor for metal parts, mesh
        - LED mono-eye
        - 10 glass fuse "canisters" with green gel and LED 
        - 5 concealed 3v batteries to power LEDs
        - metal cables, IC pins, pin heads, thrusters
        - custom thrusters from Guntank wheels and ointment caps
        - custom backpack and shoulder armors from extra clear parts
        - custom weapon (HALO gun, h-arms custom gatling guns, armor parts, canisters)
        - dio made of floppy drive metal casings, pla plate, runners
        - desolator team made from modded and painted Mage Knight miniatures
        - waterslide decals

Paint        
- Tamiya clear green
        - Tamiya clear yellow 
        - Mr. Hobby steel 
        - Mr. Hobby gloss white
        - Mr. Hobby flat grey
        - Mr. Hobby gloss yellow
        - Mr. Hobby flat red
        - Tamiya weathering kit
        - Tamiya flat base
        - Jhonson's Wipe N' Shine (Future) topcoat


This project was such a great learning experience for me. As a relatively new gunpla enthusiast I gained valuable experience, particularly in airbrushing and working with different types of plastic. It may not seem much, but the modifications I attempted here have given me the confidence to take on more extreme projects in the future. I might even try my hand at a full scratch build someday! I'm just glad that I was able to come up with a nice concept and stick to it until the end, despite the many mishaps I encountered. I'll be taking a week off of gunpla to recharge my batteries, but you can be sure i'll be back with an even bigger project - so keep an eye out for new posts!