Friday, November 30, 2012

Master Grade Builders Parts Campaign


This is the latest campaign by Bandai that focuses on MG 1/100 models. It begins on Dec. 1, 2012 up to Jan. 13, 2013.

Prizes include limited editions of  1/100 HD Builders Parts:
- Non scale MS 01 Tank Gloss White Ver.
- 1/100 MS 01 Vernier Gloss Black Ver.
- 1/100 MS 01 Effect Clear Pink Ver.
- 1/100 MS 02 Gun Metal Hand Ver.

The Grand Prize winner will receive a complete air brush kit that includes the air brush and hose, compressor, stand, 15 paint colors and thinner. Stay tune for more news and updates.




Saturday, November 24, 2012

Gunpla Checklist: Gundam W (UPDATED as of AUG. 2016)




 This is a gunpla checklist for the Gundam W series. I made this post to help those gunpla collectors in knowing how many model kits are there in the series and what models are available for each scale. This series first focused on the HG 1/100. But now their starting to get MG 1/100 scales to meet the demands of the fans.  As of now there are a total of 68 model kits for the Gundam W series. Overall, this is a great series to collect. It's very popular to the fans, especially the Gundam Wing Zero Custom. I will update the list when Bandai releases a new model kit.


1/200 Speed Grade (1)
- Wing Gundam

1/144 NG ver. WF (12)
01 - Wing Gundam
02 - Shenlong Gundam
03 - Gundam Deathscythe
04 - Gundam Heavy Arms
05 - Gundam Sandrock
06 - Tallgeese
07 - Vayeate
08 - Mercurius
09 - Wing Gundam 0
10 - Gundam Epyon
11 -  Altron Gundam
13 - Tallgeese II
12 - Gundam Deathscythe Hell

1/144 HG G-Unit (5)
01 - Gundam Geminass
02 - Gundam Aesculapius
03 - Gundam L.O. Booster
04 - Hydra Gundam
05 - Gundam Griepe

1/144 HGFA (14)
01 - W Gundam Zero Custom
02 - Tallgeese III
03 - Gundam Nataku
04 - Gundam H-Arms Custom
05 - Gundam D-Hell Custom
06 - Serpent Custom
07 - Gundam Sandrock Custom

- W Gundam Zero Custom (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Gundam D-Hell Custom (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Gundam Nataku (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Gundam Sandrock Custom (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Gundam H-Arms Custom (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Tallgeese III (Metal Clear Ver.)
- Serpent Custom (Metal Clear Ver.)


1/144 HGAC (2)
162 - Wing Gundam
174 - Wing Gundam Zero


1/144 RG (2)
- Wing Gundam Zero Custom (EW)
- Wing Gundam EW


1/100 HG (15)
W-01 Wing Gundam
W-02 Shenlong Gundam
W-03 Gundam Deathscythe
W-04 Wing Gundam 0
W-05 Gundam Epyon
W-06 Altron Gundam
W-07 Gundam Deathscythe Hell

EW-01 Gundam Nataku
EW-02 W Gundam Zero Custom
EW-03 Tallgeese III
EW-04 Gundam H-Arms Custom
EW-05 Gundam Deathscythe Hell Custom
EW-06 Gundam Sandrock Custom
EW-07 Serpent Custom
EW-S  W Gundam Zero Custom (Special)


1/100 MG (14)
- Wing Gundam
- W Wing Gundam (Ver. Ka)
- W Wing Gundam (EW Ver.)
- Wing Gundam Proto Zero (EW Ver.)
- Wing Gundam Zero Custom
- Wing Gundam Zero Custom (w/ Clear Kit)
- Gundam Deathscythe (EW Ver.)
- Gundam Deathscythe Hell Custom (EW Ver.)
- Shenlong Gundam (EW Ver.)
- Gundam Epyon (EW Ver.)
- Gundam Sandrock (EW Ver.)
- Gundam Heavyarms (EW Ver.)
- Tallgeese I (EW Ver.)
- Gundam Heavyarms Custom (EW Ver.)

1/60 NG (1)
- Wing Gundam 0

1/60 PG (2)
- W Gundam Zero Custom
- W Gundam Zero Custom (Special Ver.)


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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Gunpla Tutorial: Decal Application (Dry Transfer)






"Dry Transfer" decals are sensitive to use compared to "Wet Slide" decals. Unlike in wet slide decals where you could easily position the decal in place, dry transfer decals are permanent. Meaning there's no turning back once you apply it. So here are some tips on how to do the dry transfer decal application.



It's important that you look first in the manual to make sure you have the right decal for the part you want to stick it in. Here, we'll make use of the 1/100 MG Strike Freedom's left shoulder as an example.



Next, cut the decal you want from the decal sheet using a design knife or scissors (whichever is comfortable for you).



Hold the decal using your fingers or tweezer and slowly apply it on the plastic part. Then press it firmly with your fingers.



We're almost done. Now get a coin and rub it against the decal. Make sure you rub it  as hard as you can so that there will be no leftovers.




Finished! Just peel off the plastic and you will see that the decal is now printed on the plastic part. As you can see dry transfer decal isn't that hard once you get the hang of it.

Friday, November 16, 2012

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