Wow! Looks damn nice! A small point to bring up, but in retrospect, would it have been a good idea to redo the gold on the weapons in the silver as well? Again, amazed at the quality the silver gave you from a spray can.
ugh. its not fair that you actually have a PHOTOGRAPHER. it would take me forever to get shots that good! it looks great btw. the silver is awesome
3 things came to my mind when I first look at this post:1. Which hobby magazine are these scans from?2. You are so fraking lucky to work in Japan...for a hobby related company too. The Gods are looking after you.3. How the heck can I be like you Syd? Pls tell me!!This is like OMG I am freaking jealous nice looking Musha Gundam! Gosh my life sucks in US...
Thanks guys. I had thought about using the silver leaf on the weapons as well, but I wanted them to look slightly used, and also I thought the silver might take away from the blade colours.G.G.Yes, it seems I am lucky when it comes to the Gunpla hobby, however, I don't know if you wanna be like me considering the family trouble I am experiencing right now.
Hey man. Wish you all the best..hope whatever trouble you are having there will get resolved soon.
Very cool! AND to have a professional photog take the pictures. ('way better than the kind I could have taken of them).Mom
Looks better than the original color scheme in my opinion. Like the red very mmuch!!
Thanks for the comments everyone! (you too, mom.)
Haha! Lovely of your Mom to drop a comment.Wow. That is one NICE Musha! I can only hope mine turns out half as good.Can I be a nitpicky bugger and ask why you didn't panel line the bottom of the feet?I echo the sentiments of how sweet it would be to have a photographer and a hobby related occupation. Hope your dramas are not too severe and you are able to work it out.
I was wondering around HLJ checking the prices for the MG Shin Musha. I was wondering when did it got a new paint scheme when I realized it was yours!
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