Monday, November 16, 2009

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Nu Gundam

SD Nu Gundam, July 2009.
Commissioned work for friend.Work in progress

Monday, June 29, 2009

Wing Gundam Ver Ka

MG Wing Gundam Ver Ka, June 2009.
Commissioned work for friend, a gift for his friend's game shop opening.

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Gundam Base Taipei

A fellow comrade brought us pictures from Gundam Base Taipei.View the rest at

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

呂布 一騎当千 (Ryofu Ikki Tousen)

SD Ryofu Tallgeese, May 2009.
My entry for Singapore Gundam 00 & Sangokuden Model Kit Challenge 2009. Merit prize.View more at

Work in progress

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

WIP: SD Ryofu Tallgeese

Submission date was extended, managed to finish what I intended. Added 2 shields and connectors from 1/144 Tallgeese, to the hind legs. Underside of shield will be covered up.
*Yes, the idea came from Aussenseiter from SRW. ^^;
This will probably be the final pose.
Now I really hope I can make it in time.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

WIP: SD Ryofu Tallgeese

Updates on armor.Lengthen weapon using stacks of plaplate.
Update on horse legs.
Epoxy putty spike on knee cap.
Armor piece from SD Emperor Ryuubi.
Stirrups made with plastic pipe, styrene strip, and Kotobukiya m.s.g.
About 1 week left to paint and do up a base.

Friday, May 1, 2009

WIP: SD Ryofu Tallgeese

Weapon sharpened using epoxy putty.Re-angle the horse tail higher, to better fit the "standing" pose.
A part of the weapon system, included in SD Ryofu Tallgeese. Since I'm not building the weapon system...
I'm using it to fill up the horse body, which are supposed to be wheels for the motorcycle mode. Nice mechanical details, suitable for the internal.Wanted the front legs to look more dynamic, with 3 points of articulation. Cut out the feet, will re-angle later using epoxy putty.
This will result the feet to be in a fixed position, but I'm fine with it since everything will probably be in a fixed pose.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

WIP: SD Ryofu Tallgeese

This will be my entry for the upcoming Sangokoden Competition.
The pose I have in mind.
Sharpening, removing seam lines, filling holes using epoxy putty along the way.
Cover up the holes on the back with the round thing cut out from a 1/144 Tallgeese back, + epoxy putty.
Trying to achieve the chainmail effect using wire mesh, on the hip and shoulder armors. The edges will be filled with epoxy putty later.
That's all for now, hope I can finish it in time. >_<

Saturday, March 21, 2009

WIP: SD Nu Gundam

Cut out 2 Fin Funnels. Test fit.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

WIP: SD Nu Gundam

Covered all visible holes using plaplate + epoxy putty.Re-created logo on the shield.
Rolled leftover epoxy putty into a stick, used it to create the missles for the shield.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

WIP: SD Nu Gundam

The logo on the shoulder comes in a sticker, re-created using plaplate. Filled holes using epoxy putty.
Covered holes using plaplate, to be followed by epoxy putty.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

MG Strike Freedom Gundam

Completed: March 2009
Straight out-of-box construction. Tricky seam lines on the wings, and prominent ones on the hip cannons. I was more particular with the colour this time, and I'm happy with the outcome. Golden internal frame was acheived by painting a mixture of clear yellow and clear orange over silver.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

WIP: MG Strike Freedom Gundam

Grayish blue. Grey.
Next, panel line wash > clear flat.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Friday, March 6, 2009

WIP: SD Nu Gundam

Removing seam line using cement, and amendment using surfacer straight-from-the-bottle.

WIP: MG Strike Freedom Gundam

White > yellow + clear orange + white. White > character red. These colors look brighter over white based color.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

WIP: SD Nu Gundam

V-fin sharpened.
Re-create "eyes" using plaplate.